Like Jimmie Åkesson, the Left Party's Jonas Sjöstedt also has wind in the sails. He gets 28 percent and thus ends up in third place in the trust survey.
It is thus the leaders of the outer parties who are the winners in Novus December measurement. Losers are the leaders of the large established parties, especially Prime Minister Stefan Löfven, who loses the most (-6 percentage points). Twenty-three percent of voters now have a fairly high or very high confidence in the Social Democrats party chairman, the lowest number in years.
- It is not so strange with the situation we have had in the autumn with far too many for shooting and too many blasts. There is a worry and there is an anger. I am just as angry at organized crime, the gang that is gaining these rights. Then it is not strange that it is the party sitting in the government that this anger is directed at, says Stefan Löfven.
Moderate leader Ulf Kristersson gets 25 percent (-4 percentage points) in the confidence measurement.Low confidence in the leaders of the January parties
In terms of the survey, the January agreement has not been successful from the point of view of confidence. The government and the party leaders of the partnering parties are the lowest in the course right now. At the bottom is MP language tube Isabella Lövin (12 percent), Liberals party leader Nyamko Sabuni (10 percent) and the Environment Party's second language tube Per Bolund parking at the bottom (9 percent).