Exit polls point to centre-left victory in Sweden

(AGI) Stockholm, Sept 14 - The first exit poll carried out bySweden's state SVT broadcaster showed the centre-left SocialDemocratic-led bloc, including the far-left Feminist Initiativeparty, in the lead with 48.8 percent of votes. The SocialDemocrats have been in opposition for eight years after 65 inpower. Outgoing Prime Minister Fredrik Reifeldt's centre-rightcoalition took 39.7 percent of votes. The Swedish Democratxenophobic neo-Nazi movement, snubbed by all the parties,achieved a record 10.5 percent. They took 5.7 percent of votesin the 2010 legislative elections and 20 of the 439 seats. . .

(AGI) Stockholm, Sept 14 - The first exit poll carried out bySweden's state SVT broadcaster showed the centre-left SocialDemocratic-led bloc, including the far-left Feminist Initiativeparty, in the lead with 48.8 percent of votes. The SocialDemocrats have been in opposition for eight years after 65 inpower. Outgoing Prime Minister Fredrik Reifeldt's centre-rightcoalition took 39.7 percent of votes. The Swedish Democratxenophobic neo-Nazi movement, snubbed by all the parties,achieved a record 10.5 percent. They took 5.7 percent of votesin the 2010 legislative elections and 20 of the 439 seats. . .