Over 1 million migrants who were not born in Sweden will be eligible to vote in the country’s national elections later this year out of a total population of 10.3 million.
1.2 million foreign-born migrants will be eligible to cast their vote, tipping the number over the 1 million mark for the first time in electoral history.
“The new number of foreign-born voters is a full 200,000 higher than the last Swedish national election, according to a report from broadcaster Sveriges Radio,” reports Breitbart.
Observers have noted that foreign-born migrants overwhelmingly vote for left-wing parties, in Sweden’s case primarily the ruling Social Democrats.
“If you combine voting for the Left Party and the Social Democrats, it’s a clear red vote,” said Henrik Ekengren Oscarsson, professor of political science.
And people still wonder why left wing political parties lobby for ever increasing levels of mass, uncontrolled immigration.
Sweden is renowned for being the most welcoming country in Europe when it comes to migrants and refugees, which has come at a certain cost.
Violent crime and sexual assaults have significantly increased since the country accepted a new wave of migrants in 2015.