Current polling data at a glance
SP/PSSocial Democratic Party
The Social Democratic Party of Switzerland (SP) was founded in 1888 and is one of the oldest political parties in the country. It has a long history in Swiss politics.
The SP advocates social democratic values and is dedicated to social justice, equality, and environmental protection.
In the last election, the party reached 18.3% of the votes. In the current election trend, SP/PS is at 18.3%. This is a difference of ±0.0 compared to the last election result. The party is represented in the current parliament with 41 Seats.
In economic matters, the SP promotes a social market economy that emphasizes the protection of workers' rights and the fight against income inequality.
The party advocates for fair working conditions, higher wages, and social security for workers. It emphasizes the importance of labor unions.
In healthcare policy, the SP emphasizes access to healthcare for all citizens and strengthening the public healthcare system.
Environment and energy
The party places a strong emphasis on environmental protection and sustainability. It advocates for measures to reduce carbon emissions and preserve the natural environment.
In foreign policy, the SP advocates for an open and cooperative Switzerland. It emphasizes the importance of international cooperation and diplomacy.
The party supports a humanitarian immigration policy and advocates for the rights of migrants and refugees.
The SP advocates for social security, education, and healthcare. It aims to strengthen the welfare state and opposes poverty and discrimination.
The party emphasizes the importance of education and advocates for high-quality educational institutions and equal opportunities in the education system.
The party supports close cooperation with the EU and advocates for Switzerland's integration into European political and economic structures.
Mobility & Transport
Regarding transportation policy, the SP focuses on sustainable transportation solutions, reducing individual traffic, and promoting public transportation.
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