The vote in the Swedish elections on Sunday will be the first since the nation of 10 million accepted 163,000 migrants in 2015.

In this file photo taken on August 31, 2018 Sweden Democrats party leader Jimmie Akesson, the head of the far-right Sweden Democrats, gives a speech as he campaigns in Landskrona, southern Sweden, on August 31, 2018.
In this file photo taken on August 31, 2018 Sweden Democrats party leader Jimmie Akesson, the head of the far-right Sweden Democrats, gives a speech as he campaigns in Landskrona, southern Sweden, on August 31, 2018. (AFP)

Seven million Swedish voters go to the polls on Sunday in what could be the country's most important election in decades. 

The populist anti-immigration Sweden Democrats are surging in the polls, and they could become the second-largest party. 

That could make forming a coalition government much harder and is forcing many Swedes to consider what kind of country theirs should be. 

TRT World's Simon McGrgeor-Wood reports.

Source: TRTWorld and agencies