Valu: All parties pass the barrier

Valu All parties pass the barrier

C gets 7.2 percent in the survey, a decrease of 3.6 percentage points, which still gives two seats in the European Parliament.

L, which has balanced around the four percent barrier throughout the EU election campaign, gets 4.2 percent. This is an increase of 0.1 percentage point.

KD gets 6.1 percent, a drop of 2.5 percentage points, giving it a seat in parliament.

The largest party will be the Social Democrats, who land on 23.1 percent, a decrease of 0.4 percentage points.

The second largest is the Moderates, who get 17.3 percent in the polling station survey, plus 0.5 percentage points.

The third largest party is the Green Party with 15.7 percent, an increase of 4.2 percentage points, which gives four seats in the European Parliament.

The Sweden Democrats land at 13.9 percent, a decrease of 1.4 percentage points.

The Left Party gets 10.7 percent – ​​a big increase of 3.9 percentage points, giving it two seats in parliament compared to today’s one.

The polling station survey is carried out in collaboration between SVT, the University of Gothenburg and the Royal Institute of Technology. 10,000 voters in around 160 polling stations have answered questions.

According to Expressen, Sara Skyttedal and Jan Emanuel Johansson should have left Folklistan’s election vigil at Hallwylska in Stockholm when they did not pass the 4 percent barrier in Svt’s Valu.