MADRID, 11 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Swedish Social Democratic Party of Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson has been the most voted in the legislative elections held this Sunday with 29.3 percent of the votes, according to the survey by Swedish public television STV.
Behind would be the far-right Swedish Democrats with 20.5 percent of the vote, while the Moderate Party would stay with 18.8 percent support. The Social Democrats would improve their results by one point compared to the last elections, while the Swedish Democrats grew three points and the moderates fell one.
In fourth position would be the Center Party (7.7 per cent), followed by the Left Party (7 per cent), the Green Party (5.8 per cent), the Christian Democratic Party of Sweden (5.2 per percent), the Liberal Party of Sweden (4.7 percent).
With these data, a possible center-left coalition would have obtained 49.8 percent of the vote, while the right-wing option would obtain 49.2 percent. However, in terms of seats, the center-left would achieve 176 seats and the right, 173, according to the STV projection.