Since the Social Democrats appointed Stefan Löfven as new leader in January, the polls have been rising. The latest poll by Skop further reinforce this trend, as the Social Democrats hits 30.8 percent. This is an increase with 3.5 percentage units since the last poll in January/February. Since the weakest poll in December/January (27.3 percent), the support for the party has increased with 5.5 percentage units.
At the same time, Skop's latest poll indicates a downturn for the Greens that plummet with 2.4 percentage units to 9.1 percent.
Another party that has continued problems is the Christian Democrats, which got 3.4 percent in this poll. This is 0.4 percentage units below the four percent threshold to the Riksdag.
In this poll, the governing four-party centre right Alliance for Sweden has 48.6 percent while the red-green opposition has 46.4 percent.
The poll was executed from 19 February until 6 March and around 1,000 persons were asked: "What political party do you like best at the national level?".
The summary of the poll (in Swedish) can be found here.