Big Cities Not Keen on Social Democrats

A new poll has revealed that support for the Social Democrats in Sweden's capital Stockholm is at an all time low, with just 22 percent of voters saying they would vote for the party long considered Sweden's natural party of government.

Things don't look so bleak in the rest of the country however, with the 3 party opposition, including the Social Democrats, enjoying a lead in the national polls. So what does this mean with the next election one year away? Kris Boswell spoke to political commentator Henrik Brors from the liberal Dagens Nyheter newspaper, who says the party could have troubled times ahead.

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