1890 Swedish general election
General elections were held in Sweden in 1890. Pro-free trade candidates received a majority of the vote. Gustaf Åkerhielm remained Prime Minister.
The Free Traders and the new Swedish Social Democratic Party ran joint lists in some constituencies.
Only 22.8% of the male population aged over 21 was eligible to vote. Voter turnout was 38.5%.
|Source: Mackie & Rose|