Election to the Riksdag. Voting rates among Swedish citizens registered in Sweden by income, sex and age (survey). Election year 2002 - 2014
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income by percentiles
Income refers to the total income from employment and business, capital income is not included. The income classes are based on percentiles and are presented in the following categories: 0-20, 21-40, 41-60, 61-80, 81-100. They are calculated on the basis of the entire Swedish population 18 years or older. Persons who have no declared income or for other reasons have not declared any income are presented in a separate category. Accordingly, persons presented in the income category 0-20 are among the 20 per cent of the population, 18 years or older, who have the lowest incomes. The information refers to incomes during the year two years prior to the election year according to taxation in the year before the election year.
income by percentiles
Income refers to the total income from employment and business, capital income is not included. The income classes are based on percentiles and are presented in the following categories: 0-20, 21-40, 41-60, 61-80, 81-100. They are calculated on the basis of the entire Swedish population 18 years or older. Persons who have no declared income or for other reasons have not declared any income are presented in a separate category. Accordingly, persons presented in the income category 0-20 are among the 20 per cent of the population, 18 years or older, who have the lowest incomes. The information refers to incomes during the year two years prior to the election year according to taxation in the year before the election year.
income by percentiles
Income refers to the total income from employment and business, capital income is not included. The income classes are based on percentiles and are presented in the following categories: 0-20, 21-40, 41-60, 61-80, 81-100. They are calculated on the basis of the entire Swedish population 18 years or older. Persons who have no declared income or for other reasons have not declared any income are presented in a separate category. Accordingly, persons presented in the income category 0-20 are among the 20 per cent of the population, 18 years or older, who have the lowest incomes. The information refers to incomes during the year two years prior to the election year according to taxation in the year before the election year.
income by percentiles
Income refers to the total income from employment and business, capital income is not included. The income classes are based on percentiles and are presented in the following categories: 0-20, 21-40, 41-60, 61-80, 81-100. They are calculated on the basis of the entire Swedish population 18 years or older. Persons who have no declared income or for other reasons have not declared any income are presented in a separate category. Accordingly, persons presented in the income category 0-20 are among the 20 per cent of the population, 18 years or older, who have the lowest incomes. The information refers to incomes during the year two years prior to the election year according to taxation in the year before the election year.
income by percentiles
Income refers to the total income from employment and business, capital income is not included. The income classes are based on percentiles and are presented in the following categories: 0-20, 21-40, 41-60, 61-80, 81-100. They are calculated on the basis of the entire Swedish population 18 years or older. Persons who have no declared income or for other reasons have not declared any income are presented in a separate category. Accordingly, persons presented in the income category 0-20 are among the 20 per cent of the population, 18 years or older, who have the lowest incomes. The information refers to incomes during the year two years prior to the election year according to taxation in the year before the election year.
age
Age refers to age at the end of the year of election.
age
Age refers to age at the end of the year of election.
age
Age refers to age at the end of the year of election.
age
Age refers to age at the end of the year of election.
age
Age refers to age at the end of the year of election.
observations
Voting rates, percent
The electoral participation survey is a sample survey based on a probability sample. The given percentages, the voting rates, are therefore estimates and the uncertainty should be taken into account when conclusions are drawn. The uncertainty is expressed as the margin of error. The interval formed by the percentage estimate ± the margin of error is a 95 percent confidence interval, i.e. an interval that with repeated samples would contain the true population value in 95 of 100 cases, given that no systematic errors are present. Estimates based on less than 50 observations are considered too unreliable and are therefore presented as (..).
Voting rates, margin of error ±, percentage points
The interval formed by the percentage estimate ± the margin of error is a 95 per cent confidence interval, , i.e. an interval that with repeated samples would contain the true population value in 95 of 100 cases, given that no systematic errors are present.
Entitled to vote, number in 1000s
The electoral participation survey is a sample survey based on a probability sample. The presented totals, the number of persons entitled to vote, are therefore estimates and the uncertainty should be taken into account when conclusions are drawn. The uncertainty is expressed as the margin of error. The interval formed by the estimate number of persons entitled to vote ± the margin of error is a 95 percent confidence interval, i.e. an interval that with repeated samples would contain the true population value in 95 of 100 cases, given that no systematic errors are present. Estimates based on less than 50 observations are considered too unreliable and are therefore presented as (..).
Entitled to vote, number in 1000s, margin of error ±
The interval formed by the estimate number of persons entitled to vote ± the margin of error is a 95 percent confidence interval, i.e. an interval that with repeated samples would contain the true population value in 95 of 100 cases, given that no systematic errors are present.
Number of observation in sample
The electoral participation survey is a sample survey based on a probability sample.The estimates presented here are based on a given number of observations i the sample.
observations: Voting rates, percent , election year: 2002
In year 2010, the statistical method behind the estimates produced in the electoral participation survey were revised. Therefore, new estimates for earlier rounds of the survey have been made. The estimates presented here are revised and can therefore differ some from what has previously been published regarding the electoral participation in the general elections.
observations: Entitled to vote, number in 1000s , election year: 2002
In year 2010, the statistical method behind the estimates produced in the electoral participation survey were revised. Therefore, new estimates for earlier rounds of the survey have been made. The estimates presented here are revised and can therefore differ some from what has previously been published regarding the electoral participation in the general elections.
observations: Voting rates, percent , election year: 2006
In year 2010, the statistical method behind the estimates produced in the electoral participation survey were revised. Therefore, new estimates for earlier rounds of the survey have been made. The estimates presented here are revised and can therefore differ some from what has previously been published regarding the electoral participation in the general elections.
observations: Entitled to vote, number in 1000s , election year: 2006
In year 2010, the statistical method behind the estimates produced in the electoral participation survey were revised. Therefore, new estimates for earlier rounds of the survey have been made. The estimates presented here are revised and can therefore differ some from what has previously been published regarding the electoral participation in the general elections.

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Information

Official statistics
Yes
Latest update
2015-03-30
Contact
Richard Öhrvall, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 41 58
richard.ohrvall@scb.se

Valstatistik, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 44 10
valstatistik@scb.se

Unit
Voting rates, percent:
Percent
Voting rates, margin of error ±, percentage points:
Percentage points
Entitled to vote, number in 1000s:
Number in 1000s
Entitled to vote, number in 1000s, margin of error ±:
Number in 1000s
Number of observation in sample:
Number
Reference time
Voting rates, percent:
Election year
Voting rates, margin of error ±, percentage points:
Election year
Entitled to vote, number in 1000s:
Election year
Entitled to vote, number in 1000s, margin of error ±:
Election year
Number of observation in sample:
Election year
Data type
Voting rates, percent:
Stock
Voting rates, margin of error ±, percentage points:
Stock
Entitled to vote, number in 1000s:
Stock
Entitled to vote, number in 1000s, margin of error ±:
Stock
Number of observation in sample:
Stock
Day adjusted
Voting rates, percent:
No
Voting rates, margin of error ±, percentage points:
No
Entitled to vote, number in 1000s:
No
Entitled to vote, number in 1000s, margin of error ±:
No
Number of observation in sample:
No
Seasonally adjusted
Voting rates, percent:
No
Voting rates, margin of error ±, percentage points:
No
Entitled to vote, number in 1000s:
No
Entitled to vote, number in 1000s, margin of error ±:
No
Number of observation in sample:
No
Creation date
2019-08-22
Responsible authority
Statistics Sweden
Matrix
ME0105E0