With almost all districts having reported, the ruling centre-left Social Democrats and Greens and their Left Party parliamentary allies had 40.6 percent of the vote, while the opposition centre-right Alliance were at 40.3 percent.
Seven and a half million Swedes cast their votes on Sunday in what is being hailed as one of the most important general elections in decades. The two traditional blocs of parties on the centre left and right is running neck and neck in the polls.
The vote in the Swedish elections on Sunday will be the first since the nation of 10 million accepted 163,000 migrants in 2015.
Muslims are not completely human says Martin Strid, a board member of Sweden Democrats, on Swedish national television channel.
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