SD cooperation gets the blame for L’s crisis numbers

Published June 2, 2023 at 4:43 p.m

In SCB’s latest party sympathy survey, which was released on Thursday, the Liberals ended up firmly below the Riksdag barrier with a support of only 3.4 percent.

After several party figures left L, the new figures give further fuel to the critics within the party who question the collaboration with SD. Anna Starbrink, one of the most outspoken internal critics, tells Expressen that these are “disaster figures” that reinforce the image that L has chosen the wrong path.

A “centrally placed person in the party”, who wishes to remain anonymous, says that the SCB survey should lead to reflection.

– The argument has been for several years that as long as you are allowed to be bourgeois enough and be part of a government, success will come. This measurement shows that it has not turned out that way, the person tells Expressen.

Another source of concern for the Liberals is the upcoming EU election, where the party could end up on the fence if the latest opinion figures hold. A fiasco in that election could lead to the internal discussion about the Tidö collaboration seriously flaring up in the party, according to Expressen’s circular.

Source: Fria Tider by

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