Since they looked like they might win a month ago, I suppose that's good news?
But a party that was founded by neo-Nazis came in second in one of the richest countries in Europe. It's hard to feel too good about that.
In Sweden, this has historically been untrue. The center-left and centre-right have very different visions of the economy. But if they have to work together, it will start to come true.
At the next elections, voters will likely feel that a vote for any establishment party may wind up leading to a continuation of the current government.
Neither nor. Populists have been rising a long time. That doesn't mean they're about to win everywhere.
Sweden fits the pattern.