Slightly related to the above question, but is there a reason why the FDP are seemingly very weak at the constituency level in federal elections?Half of Wuppertal, which is one of few parts of western Germany to be primarily Protestant. The FDP and CDU stood joint candidates in both seats, and the FDP got the western half.
No real incentive for them to pursue targeting, since the electoral system guarantees them the same level of representation whether or not they win any constituencies. And conversely, because the constituency elections are FPTP, you get the same tactical voting phenomenon as in the UK.Slightly related to the above question, but is there a reason why the FDP are seemingly very weak at the constituency level in federal elections?
Indeed - Ruotsin Porvarilinnen Vasemmisto in Finnish (with reservations for spelling).SBV is short for Svenska Bogerliga Vänster?
It was common in the 19th and early 20th century to use antiqua in texts aimed at more educated people while fraktur, familiar from the Bible, was used for the wider audiences (i.e. Finnish-speakers).Indeed - Ruotsin Porvarilinnen Vasemmisto in Finnish (with reservations for spelling).
Interestingly, the results table lists Swedish-speaking parties in Swedish only and Finnish-speaking parties in Finnish only (the SDP gets both, because they had a Swedish and a Finnish list, of which the Finnish one is shown on the map). This is weirder than it sounds, because they also wrote Finnish in blackletter and Swedish in Antiqua.