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Angelica Johansson Sep 9
American friend: "So who won the Swedish election?" Me: "No one" American friend: "What do you mean? Who will govern Sweden?" Me: "We'll see" Friend: "But you just had an election" Me: "Exactly" Friend:
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Guld Sep 9
So i just voted! No SD for me! :-)
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Paul Hindley Sep 9
I am extremely glad that Sweden has defended its reputation as being a liberal social democratic country that's fair, open-minded and tolerant. The Swedish General Election result is a clear victory for European liberalism and a defeat for populist nationalism.
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Marco Giuli Sep 9
Would appreciate to see it reported this way: in EU country with largest number of refugees per capita, 82% of voters did NOT vote for far-right nativists
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Alberto Fernández Sep 9
each time the SD goes 0,1% down in the counting
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Matt Durrant Sep 9
20% of Swedes voting for a far-far-far right Nazi sympathising party.
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Netwar System Sep 13
post exam of the 22 right wing seed accounts we used for our study. One was locked, has been suspended, and Wexio2Good blocked this account. That doesn't prevent us from seeing what they do:
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Matthew Goodwin Sep 9
2nd Exit Poll in Sweden Social Democrats top Sweden Democrats 2nd
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Jon Worth Sep 9
Governing block lost a bit Right wing block gained a bit Populists gained a bit The world didn't end The hysterical headlines in the international press weren't justified Politics in Sweden - like elsewhere in 🇪🇺 - is fracturing Working out how to govern isn't easy
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Europe Elects 6h
Sweden, Expressen poll: "Do you think M (EPP) should take power through SD (ECR) negotiations if required?" YES: 324 (53.2%) NO: 285 (46.8%) Sample size: 609 elected M politicians Field Work: September 2018
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Laurenz Ennser-Jedenastik Sep 9
Look, I'm not saying media coverage should be exactly proportional to election results, but this is insane.
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Democracy Volunteers Sep 9
PRELIMINARY STATEMENT - Sweden General Election 09/09/18 - Democracy Volunteers' Election Observation raises concerns over secrecy of ballot and family voting.
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Alciator Louis-Alexandre Sep 9
Usually municipalities from northern Sweden (Norrland) and Scania deliver their results later in the night; thus, urban-strong parties like MP, L, M are initially overestimated; S and SD underestimated ... 1/2
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Matthew Goodwin Sep 9
A few reflections on Sweden's exit polls 1. The centre-left Social democrats average 25.8% in exit polls -this would be their lowest vote for more than a century (since 1908). The decline of social democracy in Europe continues
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G 🇸🇪 Sep 9
literally watching all this and I’m not even Swedish x
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Blocco Identitario Sep 9
Why does an Arab woman, who doesn't even live in Sweden, care so much about the Swedish election? Why does she want pro-immigration parties to win? Why do foreigners do this every time a European country votes? It's as if they want to replace Europeans...
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Fortuna Sep 9
For the first time in my life I wake up in a non-democracy. Sweden has been a democracy since the year 1911 and today, 10th of September 2018, it has been confirmed that our democratic era is over.
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Grace🦄 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇮🇪 Sep 9
regardless of results, seeing people so actively vote for racism and xenophobia has honestly made me loose my will to live a little bit. Why must anyone think that way? We were all born on this earth and we should all be treated equally. I’m so done
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Matthew Goodwin Sep 14
Good piece that cuts through some of the dodgy noise on Twitter to the fundamentals of what happened in Sweden
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Europe Elects Sep 16
Sweden: The recount of votes has finished, making election results official S-S&D: 28.26% - 100 Seats M-EPP: 19.84% - 70 SD-ECR: 17.53% - 62 C-ALDE: 8.61% - 31 V-LEFT: 8.00% - 28 KD-EPP: 6.32% - 22 L-ALDE: 5.49% - 20 MP-G/EFA: 4.41% - 16 Turnout: 87.18%
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