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Four out of ten want to see an extra option
"Four out of ten want to see an extra option"

"39% of voters want to see an extra option above to select a prime minister through a statsministeromröstning, shows a survey by Demoskop, conducted at the request of the Express newspaper."

"– this is a genuinely difficult situation. Of the three main options are on the table right now is the electorate is fairly evenly divided when it comes to what you prefer. But actually is an extra option that collects the greatest support at the moment, " says Demoskops opinionschef Peter Santesson to the newspaper."

"the 31 percent of respondents can imagine Stefan Löfven (S) and the prime minister with the condition that you come to a deal on labour and 30 per cent want to see a government where Ulf Kristersson (M) becomes prime minister and forms government with the Christian democrats."

"When it comes to just an additional election is the sweden democrats' voters most in favour of this, 60 per cent. Among the Left party and the Green party voters will see a total of 57 per cent, an extra option as a better option than either Stefan Löfven or Ulf Kristersson may form the government."

"Probably, it is a growing tiredness on the endless förhandlingsspelet in the autumn," says Peter Santesson."

"the Survey was between 4 and 5 January and is based 1,003 interviews with a randomly telefonrekryterad web panel."

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