Kaj and Pelle were interviewed by their local newspaper about their experience at Sjölunden.
Wow, lots has happened since I posted the exit poll preliminary results after the Swedish election on Sunday, September 14, 2014.
Here are the updated numbers for the various parties (note that these still aren’t the final numbers, as absentee ballots are still being counted, but the numbers shouldn’t change too much at this point).
The polling stations in the Swedish elections just closed at 8 pm, Swedish time (1 pm CST in Minnesota). The results of the exit polls are traditionally released at the same time as the polls close. In Sweden, the exit polls are generally pretty accurate predictors of the final results. More official results will be released at 9:30 pm in Sweden (2:30 pm in Minnesota) from Swedish Television, the state television channel.
Yesterday I talked about the Swedish election system, to catch you up for the vote taking place this Sunday. What makes this election so exciting?
Did you know that Swedes will go to the polls in a national election on Sunday? Elections are held every four years and this year’s campaign season has been especially exciting. Keep reading for an overview of the Swedish election system—you can think of it as Swedish Civics 101.