August 21, 2018
The ruling pro-open borders Swedish Social Democrats may be facing their worst election result in the history of the party, in polling just weeks before the country votes in the next national election.
The ruling Social Democrats, who saw their worst election result ever in 2010 with 30.7 percent of the vote, may be facing an even greater loss according to a newly released poll from polling firm Inizio which puts the party at just 24.6 percent, Aftonbladet reports.
The current measurement puts the Social Democrat’s coalition with the Greens and the Left Party nearly neck and neck with the centrist Alliance of the Moderates, Christian Democrats, Centre Party, and the Liberals.
The populist Sweden Democrats are also on track to make gains in the Swedish parliament rising from 12.9 percent in the previous election in 2014, to 18.8 percent in the Inizio poll.
This article was posted: Tuesday, August 21, 2018 at 6:01 am