Current polling data at a glance
SDPSocial Democratic Party of Finland
The Social Democratic Party of Finland (SDP) has a long history, founded in 1899. It was one of the first political parties in Finland and played a significant role in the independence movement.
The SDP upholds core values such as social justice, equality, and strengthening social security. It advocates for workers' rights and social welfare programs.
In the last election, the party reached 19.9% of the votes. In the current election trend, SDP is at 22.0%. This is a difference of +2.1 compared to the last election result. The party is represented in the current parliament with 43 Seats.
Economically, the SDP advocates for balanced economic development and an active role of the state in the economy to create jobs and ensure social justice.
The SDP advocates for good working conditions and fair wages. It supports collective bargaining and the protection of workers' rights.
In healthcare policy, the SDP advocates for a high-quality and accessible healthcare system for all. It emphasizes the importance of social health and prevention.
Environment and energy
The SDP supports sustainability and environmental protection measures. It advocates for renewable energy and the preservation of the natural environment.
In foreign policy, the SDP emphasizes the importance of international cooperation and a peaceful foreign policy. Finland should remain neutral and independent.
The SDP supports an orderly immigration policy based on integration and humanitarian values. It advocates for the rights of asylum seekers.
The SDP pursues measures for social security, including unemployment benefits and retirement security. It aims to reduce social inequality in society.
The SDP advocates for high-quality education and equal opportunities in the education system. It supports free educational opportunities.
The SDP has a positive stance towards the European Union (EU) and emphasizes the importance of European cooperation for peace and prosperity.
Mobility & Transport
The SDP has plans to improve transportation policy to promote sustainable mobility and expand public transportation.
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