Current polling data at a glance
SVP/UDCSwiss People's Party
The Swiss People's Party (SVP) was founded in 1971 and has its roots in conservative and nationalist movements. It has been one of the largest political parties in Switzerland for many years.
The SVP advocates conservative and nationalist values. It emphasizes the importance of national sovereignty, preserving Swiss culture, and limiting immigration.
In the last election, the party reached 27.9% of the votes. In the current election trend, SVP/UDC is at 27.9%. This is a difference of ±0.0 compared to the last election result. The party is represented in the current parliament with 62 Seats.
In economic matters, the SVP promotes a market-oriented policy with low taxes and limited government regulation. It supports the interests of the Swiss economy.
The party advocates for workers' rights and emphasizes the importance of jobs and social security for the Swiss population.
In healthcare policy, the SVP focuses on access to healthcare for all citizens and strengthening the healthcare system.
Environment and energy
The party emphasizes environmental protection and sustainability and advocates for measures to preserve the natural environment.
In foreign policy, the SVP advocates for the strengthening of Swiss neutrality and the promotion of bilateral relations with other countries.
The party supports a restrictive immigration policy and emphasizes immigration control to protect the Swiss population.
The SVP advocates for social security, education, and healthcare. It aims to strengthen the welfare state.
The party emphasizes the importance of education and advocates for educational freedom and equal opportunities in the education system.
The party has a critical stance towards the EU and emphasizes the preservation of Switzerland's national sovereignty. It advocates for an independent foreign policy.
Mobility & Transport
Regarding transportation policy, the SVP focuses on modernizing the transportation system and expanding sustainable transportation solutions.
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