Swedes' confidence in the coalition on the decrease
The confidence in the present Swedish government is slowly decreasing, and more Swedes feel a red-green coalition might do a better job than the current alliance that governs Sweden, according to the last report from Skop. Although on a decreasing trend, a majority of Swedes are still convinced that the present government is doing a good job.
Of the more than 1,000 people polled between March 26 and April 9, 53% answered that the government do a good or a very good job. A month earlier, the number was 54%. 37% believe a red-green government would be much better, an increase from 33% in the previous poll.
You find the entire report (in Swedish) here: BETYG PÅ REGERING OCH OPPOSITION, 30 APRIL 2013