Swedish minority coalition government backed by 34.2 percent in poll: stats office

Reuters News
Posted: May 31, 2016 3:47 AM

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden's minority coalition government would get 34.2 percent of the vote if an election were held now, up from 33.5 percent in November, a poll showed on Tuesday.  

The twice yearly poll by the Statistics Office showed the main Alliance opposition bloc would get 39.3 percent against 39.0 percent in November.

The anti-immigration Sweden Democrats saw their support fall to 17.3 percent from 19.9 percent.

(Reporting by Stockholm Newsroom)