The traditional mainstream parties are facing a strong challenge from the far-right Sweden Democrats. They've made migration a key issue in the election as the country counts the costs of the large number of migrants it has taken in in recent years.
The vote bringing Prime Minister Stefan Lofven to a second term comes from a new, minority, center-left alliance. But without a parliamentary majority, it faces ongoing challenges from the far-right.
Stockholm has been trapped in deadlock, with no party wanting to govern with the far-right Sweden Democrats. Social Democrat PM Stefan Lofven is set to retain his post by promising to bring his party to the right.
The southern Swedish state of Skane has become a fortress of the far-right Sweden Democrats. What does their rule mean for the local municipalities? Richard Orange went to Horby to find out.
Sweden's populist, anti-immigration party is expected to win as many as one in five votes when the country goes to the polls on Sunday. But can it escape its neo-Nazi tag? Richard Orange reports from Malmo.
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