"more and more think it is important that society is based on christian values, shows a study from linnaeus university, that the Echo have taken part of. At the 2010 election said the 20 per cent that it was important, in the autumn elections there was twice as many."
"Magnus Hagevi, a professor of political science at linnaeus university, says that the increase is most pronounced among people who are religiously passive, who don't go to church or are involved in some communities. They make a slightly different link to what christian values are than those who say they have a christian identity."
"– It is in the greater extent of voters who believe that one should invest in a society with christian values who think that you should reduce the reception of asylum seekers."
"– One interpretation of this result is that there are more people who associate christian values as a position against immigration, and also muslim immigration."
"Most of the support for the christian values increased among the socialist and moderate voters."