Many Swedes don't think the Social Democrats can lose an election. Many of the voters I've met at the doorstep are very surprised to hear that a government can make cuts in their social security.
Today, all pollsters give the same picture. The right wing is ahead - not with a large margin but ahead. Even though I fear that some voters choose to go with the flow, there is one thing with this that can accually be good. Voters see that the Social Democrats will lose, unless we get their active support. This can many people take the decision to vote and avoid a change of system. And many voters who are thinking of picking another party see that they can't be so luxorious - they need to vote for a party that will make the 4 percent and get into Parliament.
Yesterday's TV debate was a success for the left. The three parties - the Social Democrats, the Left Party and the Greens - had a very efficient co-operation and won most of the issues that were debated. The right wing alliance was clearly on the defensive, for almost the first time during this election campaign.
Tomorrow night we'll know the future for Sweden. It's decided by all those voters who are doubting their choice, even when entering the polling station. The bets are high now.