"The sweden democrats looks to obtain the EU-the largest Swedish lift. According to DNu002FIpsos survey may party 17 percent of the votes cast, which is an increase of over 7 percentage points compared with the elections in 2014, reports Today's News."
"Even the Christian democrats and the Left party looks to make a much better choice to the european Parliament than the last time."
"the Situation is the opposite for the green Party instead, dropping nearly 7 percentage points. The party is thus down to a 9-percent support. Even the Liberals have it tough, and drops from 10 to 6 percent."
"Much, however, indicate that the Fi, which today only has a mandate, can be the biggest loser and leave the parliament."
"– It follows the trends that we have seen in the domestic political opinion, " says Nicklas Källebring, opinionsanalytiker Ipsos."
"For S, M and C, differences are small in measurement, compared with the 2014 election."
"Despite the fact that it is only a few weeks left to election day, it is just 4 of 10 voters who know that there's an election in may, according to the poll. The other replies that the elections are held later in the year, any other year or that they do not know at all."