Surge for conservative parties continues in Sweden | Eastern North Carolina Now | Parliamentary election set Sept. 12

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With Sweden's parliamentary election set Sept. 12, the surge of the more conservative parties continues in the polls.  The latest poll from the polling firm Novus shows only three parties running in double digits, the governing Social Democrats at 28%, the populist nationalist anti-immigration Sweden Democrats at 22%, and the center-right Moderate Party, which is allied with the Sweden Democrats at 18%.  With two other smaller allied parties, the Christian Democrats and the Liberal Party, the center-right block is running at 52%,  The Center Party which represents rural interests and has sometimes joined right of center coalitions is at 7%.

The polling has shown voter preferences remarkably stable, the only change from the previous poll being the Christian Democrats gaining a point from Undecided.

Recent shootings, blamed on migrant gangs may help push votes to the parties on the right.  Sweden had a shooting recently that put fatal shootings, mostly by migrants equal to those of all last year and it is not yet September.  In another incident, a mother and young daughter were wounded at a shoot out between rival migrant gangs at a playground.

Meanwhile, the Sweden Democrats are warning of reports of possible fraud with mail-in ballots.

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( August 29th, 2022 @ 4:06 pm )
Mail-in ballots create huge election fraud risk in any country they are used. They invite cheating, especially when mailed on a widespread basis without voter request or justification. Lack of signature verification is often also a problem. I hope that election in Sweden will not be stolen. The country badly needs a new government to crack down on the illegal alien plague.

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