48 percent of the Swedish voters now believe that social developments in Sweden are going in the wrong direction, shows a new survey from DN/Ipsos.
Only 18 percent see a positive development.
Ipsos' public opinion director, David Ahlin, says to the newspaper that many people in Sweden think that essential services - such as schools, police and healthcare - now works poorly.
- I take it that there is a dissatisfaction with the delivery from our elected politicians, he says.
The next Swedish general election will be held in Sweden in September 2018, to elect the members of the national law-making assembly, the Riksdag (Riksdagen), the Parliament.
The Swedish Democrats (SD), which is basically the only party that opposes the ugly direction Sweden has taken, will likely have an exponential growth towards the election. Surprisingly the party only received 13 percent of the votes in 2014, but since then there has been a still ongoing migrant crisis/chaos, there have been more murders then they manage to investigate, rape statistics are like watching a horror script, weekly riots, cars are burning, grenades flying, people are afraid to go out at night, and it's getting worse, not better. Police even admit that some areas are to tough to handle and the white flag has been raised.
So for SD it should become a landslide election, unless Sweden actually collapses before the election, given it is almost two years till the Swedes can vote to fix the mess. Because the politicians who are running the show now, clearly have no idea what they are doing and have in fact created the current situation.
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