The latest party preference survey from Statistics Sweden is not a pleasurable reading for the Swedish government. The four parties in the Centre-right coalition has at the moment support from only 40, 6 percent of the voters. The biggest opposition party, the Social democrats, would alone get 45 percent. Together with their former partners the Left Party and the Greens, the opposition gathers 55, 4 percent of the voters at this moment.
Statistics Sweden is generally considered the most reliable performer of party preference surveys in Sweden. Still one might compare these figures with a poll from Demoskop just two days earlier which showed that the two sides were almost equal.
The next national election in Sweden will be held in 2010.