Temo has made my life a little easier by calculating and publishing trends in the deluge of Swedish opinion polls – the summary for September 2007 is here (pdf-file), scroll down to see the graphs if you don’t read Scandinavian. The latest poll was published by Sifo in today’s Svenska Dagbladet.
Not that there is anything new: The governing alliance still gets hammered by the voters and the Social Democrats still enjoy a comfortable lead. If we look back, then things started to go horribly wrong for Fredrik Reinfeldt as early as October 2007 – that is almost as soon as the new government had entered office, presented its programme and lost its first ministers – and haven’t improved since.
The share of insecure voters hover around 15%.