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General elections, results

Upcoming publishing: 2018-11-21

Statistic Sweden presents the main results of elections to the Riksdag (Swedish parliament), county councils and municipal councils. The statistics cover information regarding those entitled to vote, those voting, the share of valid ballot papers by party, the share of personal votes and of seats.

Statistical news

Those entitled to vote in the elections in 2018 preliminary results

2017-09-11

In total, about 98 000 more Swedish citizens registered in Sweden will be entitled to vote in the 2018 election compared with the 2014 Riksdag election. There are expected to be 62 000 fewer first-time voters than in the 2014 Riksdag election. In the municipal council election, 123 000 more foreign citizens will be entitled to vote.

All statistical news for this survey

Tables and graphs

Tables in the Statistical Database

Publications

Title Language Type Date
Statistics on democracy – for the elections 2014 Report 2014-06-25
General elections Part 3. Elections to the Municipal Councils in 2010 Report 2011-07-14
General elections. Part 2. Elections to the County Councils in 2010 Report 2011-07-14
General elections in 2010 Part 1. Election to the Riksdag in 2010. Corrected 2011-07-14 Report 2011-03-30
Statistics on Democracy 2008 Report 2008-09-29
General elections Part 3. Elections to the Municipal Councils in 2006 Report 2007-04-26
General elections. Part 2. Elections to the County Councils in 2006 Report 2007-04-26
General elections in 2006 Part 1. Election to the Riksdag in 2006 Report 2007-03-28
Statistics on democracy 2006 Report 2006-06-13
Statistics on democracy Report 2005-10-06
Elections to the Riksdag 1973–2002 SM 2004-01-30
General elections. Part 2. Elections to the County Councils in 2002 Report 2003-04-30
General elections Part 3. Elections to the Municipal Councils in 2002 Report 2003-04-30
General elections in 2002 Part 1. Election to the Riksdag in 2002 Report 2003-03-31
General elections 2002. Main results SM 2002-12-19

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