The TEMO director Arne Modig said in Almedalen in July that "the only thing we know for sure is that the Moderates will fall and that the Social Democrats will increase its support". The reason for this is that, while people like Fredrik Reinfeldt and dislike the government, they tend to agree more with the Social Democrat policies than with the Moderate policies.
Today's Skop poll seem to confirm this. The right wing doesn't increase its support any more, the Social Democrats, the Left Party and the Greens all increase but within the marginal.
Now we have a year. A year to improve ourselves and our policies and our image. A year to unmask the Moderates and their Thatcherite policies. And a year to remind people of last time they were in power (see the picture from the 1992 days of 500 % interest rate when Carl Bildt tried to "save the krona" and we only got away from this ERM madness when the Social Democrats said that we would co-operate with the government no more).