Swedish politics, which has been fairly static for the past decades, have seen dramatic events that has shaken the political establishment since the last election in 2014. The days of boring politics have faded into distant memory – volatility and unpredictability are the new normal.

Now it’s time for Sweden to head to the polls again and the 2018 Swedish election campaign is in full swing. The opinion poll points to yet another re-write of the Swedish political landscape and Sweden is heading towards another hung parliament. Instead of just the two traditional blocs, the opinion polls point to the fact that three parties - the Social Democrats, the Moderates and the Swedish Democrats – will be of similar size. And hence the question of governing is on everyone’s lips. This is because no one has a simple answer to how the country will be governed after the September election. Following the elections, Sweden could be forced to resolve a more complex government formation than in a very long time.

Our elections coverage

Need to understand where Sweden is heading post-September? Don't worry we've got you covered. The Mundus Team consists of analysts and journalists with deep knowledge of Swedish current affairs. The team is headed by our CEO Jessica Nilsson Williams, who has covered Swedish politics for over 20 years in roles such as political advisor to the American Embassy under both the Clinton and Bush administrations.

Mundus International is covering daily news about the Swedish elections campaign, the results and the formation of government in Mundus News.

Keep up with the latest polls and the policies of the political parties in Mundus Weekly and Mundus Business Insights.

Political analysis during the campaign and around the election, is covered in the Monthly Policy Review. Our coverage includes a scene setter for the Swedish elections; a review of issues shaping the campaign with an outline of the positions of the political parties; how the elections are run and analysis of the political parties. The coverage in the Monthly Policy Review will also wrap-up of the election with a look at the major issues and possible cabinet ministers.

Subscribers will also have access to background information in the Mundus subscriber area and follow our thoughts on the Mundus Blog.

Compiled research & analysis in the Mundus Store

We have pulled together our Mundus research and analysis published across a number of publications in the Elections ´18 – research & analysis report available in the Mundus Store. In addition to providing the history, context and technicalities of the poll, it also presents a detailed comparison of the parties policies across a broad range of topics, including economic policies, the EU, welfare and immigrations and integration.

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