Left Party slips in poll ratings
The Local · 5 Mar 2006, 12:52
Published: 05 Mar 2006 12:52 GMT+01:00
The Left Party's fall is the only statistically certain change in the poll which was carried out between February 7th and February 28th. 1,072 people were interviewed.
A large part of the research was carried out after the e-mail smear campaign against the Moderates' leader Fredrik Reinfeldt hit the headlines.
The Moderates saw their popularity increased by 2.8% to 26.7%, the party's highest Skop rating since July last year.
The conservative alliance is leading the Social Democrats and their coalition partners, with 50.1% compared to 46.7%.
The latest poll ratings, along with the change from January, are:
Moderates 26.7 (+2.8)
Liberals 11.0 (-0.8)
Centre 6.4 (-0.2)
Christian Democrats 6.0 (-0.6)
Social Democrats 36.3 (+0.4)
Left Party 5.4 (-1.5)
Greens 5.0 (+0.4)