First, the Finns party tops the polls now the SD in Sweden…
Now mind you, this civilizationalist party has been the target of the Swedish media and ruling elite which has systematically created a “cordon sanitaire” around the party, refusing to allow it into any parliamentary coalition. They treat the genocidal Hamas/Fatah and Iranian mullahs far better than the Swedish Democrats.
Aftonbladet’s Gallup: Swedish Democrats Sweden’s largest party
According to Aftonbladet’s survey, 24% of respondents, or nearly one in four Swedes, would give their vote to the Swedish Democrats if elections were held now.
THE Swedish NATIONAL Democratic Party has emerged as Sweden’s largest party in a poll conducted by Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet and polling Demoskop. According to Aftonbladet, the tabloid is a historic result, with the party rising for the first time.
According to the survey, 24% of respondents, or nearly one in four Swedes, would give their vote to the Swedish Democrats if elections were held now. The survey conducted 2,048 interviews between the 4th and 13th. November. Swedish Democrats have profiled themselves, for example, as an anti-immigration party. HS reported back in October.
According to a poll published by the liberal newspaper Dagens Nyheter and conducted by Ipsos, the Swedish Democrats were already the largest party among men. In this poll, the difference between the Prime Minister’s Social Democrats and Swedish Democrats was about one percentage point.
Sweden’s traditional ruling party, the Social Democrats, received only about 22 percent in a recent poll, which is, according to Aftonbladet, the lowest ever record in its poll.
The Social Democrats have been Sweden’s largest party for over a hundred years, so falling behind the Swedish Democrats would be a historic change, HS reported in October.
In October, though, media polls showed the parties quite different support figures. The polls by the public broadcaster SVT showed the Social Democrats almost 26% support, while the Swedish Democrats received 20.5% support in their poll.