On 06.05.2006 6 002 of 6 004 electoral circles were counted. Here's how the results look like:
S + MP + V: 40.6 percent
Alliance: 40.3 percent
SD: 17.6 percent
Mandate in the Riksdag:
S + MP + V: 144
S: 28.4 percent
MP: 4.3 percent
Q: 7.9 percent
M 19.8 percent
C: 8.6 percent
KD: 6.4 percent
L: 5.5 percent
SD: 17.6 percent
Elections: 84.4% Number of votes: 6 321 510 Number of invalid votes: 79 128
The statistics are continuously updated.
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According to the first elections, the red green gets a mandate more than the Alliance – 144 against the Alliance 143. The difference between the two blocks is 0.3 percentage points compared to the advantage of the red green. They receive 40.6 percent of the votes, while the Alliance lands at 40.3.
6 002 of the 6 004 electoral districts have now been calculated.
At the meeting of moderators party leaders Ulf Kristersson called on Prime Minister Stefan Löfven (S) to resign.
"The message from My and Alliance is that this government will resign and it will try its confidence in the Riksdag," Kristersson said.
This was rejected later in the evening by Stefan Löfven. He believes that the block that gets the most mandate must be given a government form.
"Regardless of the currency exchange, this evening should be the burial of block politics," said Löfven in his speech.
The preliminary results show that Social Democrats have reduced 2.8 percentage points to 28.4 percent. Moderators have supported 3.5 percentage points compared to the 2014 elections, to 19.8.
SD still the third largest
Sweden Democrats still seem to be the third largest party with 17.6 percent. The party increased by 4.7 percentage points compared to 2014. The Swedish Democrats received 62 seats in parliament with that result.
The environmental party can process 4.3% of the votes. Even the Christian Democrats, who had been calculated for the elections according to various opinion polls, were able to handle the barrier with a good margin. They get 6.4 percent.
The left party and the center party see a strong increase, 7.9 percent and 8.6 percent of the votes. Liberals receive 5.5 percent.
The election participation appears to be 84.4 percent this year. In 2014 the vote was 83.4 percent of the voting rights.
Record-wide – 38 percent – of voters decided in the last week before the elections for which they would vote, according to the survey of the SVT survey.
The text is updated