The Political Party Preference Survey from Statistics Sweden shows that the Social Democratic Party (s) and the Left Party (v) together would have received their own majority if an election had been held in November.
The parties in government (Centre Party (c), Liberal Party (fp), Moderate Party (m) and Christian Democratic Party (kd)) would have received 39.9 percent of the votes if an election had been held in November. This figure is a statistically significant drop of 8.3 percentage points since the election in 2006, but is not a statistically significant change compared to the measurement in May. The Social Democratic Party (s) and the Left Party (v) would have received their own majority of about 51 percent of the votes if an election had been held in November. This is a statistically significant increase of about 1.1 percentage points since the May measurement and about 10.2 percentage points since the election in 2006. However, the Social Democratic Party together with the Green Party (mp) would not have a statistically significant majority in November. The opposition parties (Social Democrats, Left and Green) had 56.2 percent of the electorate in November.
Estimations of election results "if an election had been held today". November 2007
Type of question: Which party would you vote for if an election was to be held in the next few coming days?
1) Margin of error applies to estimations of percentages and of changes.
*The change is statistically significant.