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Party Preference Survey (PSU)

Upcoming publishing: 2019-12-03

The statistics present "election results if an election were to be held today" and net flows between political parties and the breakdown of political party preferences by sex, age, civil status, income, region, status of employment, trade union membership, education level and foreign/Swedish background.

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Political party preferences in May 2019

2019-06-11

The Political Party Preference Survey shows the support for the different political parties in various demographic groups. Political party preference does not refer to any specific level of politics and no account is taken of whether or not a person would vote. The survey also presents the EU and euro preferences of the electorate.

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Publications

Title Language Type Date
Political Party Preference Survey, May 2019 English Report 2019-06-11
Political Party Preference Survey in November 2018 - Political Party Preferences English Report 2018-12-07
The Party Preference Survey in May 2018 English Report 2018-06-11
The Party Preference Survey in November 2017 English Report 2017-12-08
The Party Preference Survey in May 2017 English Report 2017-06-02
The Party Preference Survey in November 2016 English Report 2016-11-30
The Party Preference Survey in May 2016 English Rapport 2016-06-02
The Party Preference Survey in November 2015 English Rapport 2015-12-03
The Party Preference Survey in May 2015 English Rapport 2015-06-08
The Party Preference Survey in November 2014 English Rapport 2014-12-04
The Party Preference Survey in May 2014 English Rapport 2014-06-03
Yes and no to the euro – The referendum on the euro in 2003 English Rapport 2004-10-08
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