Towards a two-party system? The Swedish parliamentary election of September 2006

@article{Aylott2007TowardsAT,
  title={Towards a two-party system? The Swedish parliamentary election of September 2006},
  author={N. Aylott and Niklas Bolin},
  journal={West European Politics},
  year={2007},
  volume={30},
  pages={621 - 633}
}
The Swedish Social Democrats are one of the most successful political parties in the democratic world. Between 1932 and 2006 they were out of government for just over nine years, and had not needed a coalition partner since the 1950s. The result of Sweden’s election of 17 September 2006, then, must count as something of an electoral earthquake (see Table 1). The Social Democrats suffered their worst score in a parliamentary election since 1920 – that is, since the advent of fully democratic… Expand
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