According to the latest opinion poll from YouGov presented in today’s Metro the Sweden Democrats have managed to garner support from 25,2% of the electorate – thereby making them the biggest political party in Sweden
At this rate it seems as though the socially conservative Sweden Democrats, who want to reduce immigration to the European average, will have a high chance of doubling their support for the fourth election in a row come 2018.
1,44% – 2002
2.93% – 2006
5.7% – 2010
12.86% – 2014
25,2% – 2015-08
It’s been clear which way the wind is blowing and the ruling party, the Social Democrats, only has itself to blame for not implementing desired reforms. Their support has fallen from 31,2% on election day to 23,4%.
The cuckservative Moderates who have done more than most to open the borders under Reinfeldt’s leadership have gone from 30,06% in 2010, to 23,33% in 2014 and finally to 21,0% today.
Bear in mind that openly supporting the stigmatized Sweden Democrats can entail social ostracization and/or being harassed by violent left-wingers.
Opinion institutes, with the exception of Sentio, therefore tend to underestimate the amount of support SD actually have.
1.527 people were interviewed for YouGov’s poll.