REPORT: Nationalist party is nearly tied with Social Democrats in Sweden election
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HELSINKI (Reuters) – Finland’s leftist Social Democrats and the nationalist Finns Party appeared tied to win Sunday’s general election, with nearly all votes counted, reflecting a mounting sense of insecurity in the Nordic nation over immigration and welfare.
Tipped to win, the opposition Social Democrats scored 17.7 percent, while their eurosceptic Finns Party rivals were at 17.5 percent, according to nearly complete results published by the justice ministry.
The article goes on to state the following:
With 99.5 percent of votes counted, the co-ruling Centre Party of Prime Minister Juha Sipila and the center-right National Coalition stood at 13.8 percent and 17.0 percent, respectively.
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