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01 December 2015
Sweden’s pro-White anti-invasion party is surging on the back of the ongoing invasion
People celebrate at the election night party of the Sweden Democrats, after first exit polls indicated that the party will be the third largest in the Swedish parliament after the Swedish general elections, in Stockholm, September 14, 2014.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - The anti-immigration Sweden Democrats would get nearly 20 percent of the vote if an election were held now, a poll showed on Tuesday as the country struggles to cope with a record number of asylum seekers.
The twice yearly poll by the Statistics Office showed the Sweden Democrats would get 19.9 percent of the votes up from 14.4 in the previous poll in May.
The party doubled their support in the 2014 general election leaving them holding the balance of power in parliament.
The telephone poll of 9,021 people over the period Nov. 2 to 25 showed the Social Democrat-Green government losing support, dropping to 33.5 percent from 36.6 percent in May.
Support for the four party, center-right Alliance fell to 39.0 percent from 40.6 percent.