The far-right is poised for big wins in Sweden’s upcoming election, but the giant of Swedish politics is struggling. Why?

The anti-immigration far-right is expected to soar in Sweden’s September 9th general election, capitalizing on voter discontent as Swedes punish traditional parties over immigration, integration and healthcare.

Prime Minister Stefan Löfven’s Social Democrats, who have dominated Swedish politics since the 1930s, will remain the biggest party in the country but likely with a record low score, polls suggest.

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