Swedish National Election: September 11th
Czech Republic Municipal and partial Senate Election: September 23-24th
Italian National & Sicilian Regional Election: September 25th
Latvian National Election: October 1st
Bosnian National Election: October 2nd
Bulgarian National Election: October 2nd
Austrian Presidential Election: October 9th
While, the upcoming Italian election is a source of major excitement for conservatives, the upcoming Swedish election is poised to be a major dud.
After the 2018 election, it looked like the Swedish far-left had been defeated by Swedish centrists/moderates. Then two small “moderate” parties, the Liberal Party and the Center Party, switched sides and put the far-left “Red-Green Alliance” back in power.
By early 2020, things were looking more promising in Sweden. The Swedish Democrats, a moderate party that opposes open borders, had become the most popular party in Sweden. They were polling 25% while the Social Democrats were polling below 20%. Then came the worldwide coronavirus hysteria and lockdowns in Europe. During the lockdown, the Social Democrats went way up in the polls again and stayed there.
The latest polls show the Swedish voters poised to repeat nearly the exact same results of the 2018 election and maintain the status quo.