A new poll from the survey firm, Sifo, shows that more Swedes than ever (22.1%) are backing the conservative Sweden Democrats. Support for the nationalist party has grown 2.2% since April, while backing for the leftist Social Democrats continues to slide.
The Local (h/t @swedishsurveyor) It’s clear that the Sweden Democrats are benefiting from the political debate over immigration and integration,” Sifo chief pollster Toivo Sjörén told the TT news agency.
“This questions is very high on the agenda right now and other surveys have shown that one in four voters think the Sweden Democrats have the best immigration policies,” he added. The Sifo results confirm that the Sweden Democrats have taken a firm position as the country’s third strongest political force.
The Voter Monitor found that support for the Social Democrats had sunk to 25.9 percent, down from 27.4 percent in April. While that drop is not statistically significant, it does show a clear downward trend over the first part of the year. In December, the Social Democrats polled at 33.3 percent.
Not a surprise, considering that Sweden has become the rape capital of the West, the direct result of out-of-control Muslim immigration:
Forty years after the Swedish parliament unanimously decided to change the formerly homogenous Sweden into a multicultural country, violent crime has increased by 300% and rapes by 1,472%. Sweden is now number two on the list of rape countries, surpassed only by Lesotho in Southern Africa.
Significantly, the report does not touch on the background of the rapists. One should, however, keep in mind that in statistics, second-generation immigrants are counted as Swedes.
In an astounding number of cases, the Swedish courts have demonstrated sympathy for the rapists, and have acquitted suspects who have claimed that the girl wanted to have sex with six, seven or eight men.
The internet radio station Granskning Sverige called the mainstream newspapers Aftonposten and Expressen to ask why they had described the perpetrators as “Swedish men” when they actually were Somalis without Swedish citizenship. They were hugely offended when asked if they felt any responsibility to warn Swedish women to stay away from certain men. One journalist asked why that should be their responsibility.