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No isn´t always no


Since the referendum there have been 20 opinion polls in Sweden regarding the Euro. Three measurements differ from the result in 2003. In Sifo’s poll in April 2009, 47% of the surveyed people were for the Euro, whilst 45% said no. In May of the same year the Central Bureau for Statistics (SCB) showed almost deadlock, 42.1% against 42.9%. In a new SCB survey in November 2009, the yes-side was bigger again, 43.8% against 42.0%.

These notable figures can be explained by a period of heavy decline in the value of the Crown. Foreign currency was expensive for us to exchange. One Euro swayed from just under to just over SEK 11, a Danish Crown (linked to the Euro) was SEK 1.60 and the Dollar was well over SEK 8.

But after alarming reports from Euro countries in crisis, Swedish desire for the Euro is minimal. A recent survey by SCOP, where 1000 people were questioned, showed 87.6% said ‘no’, whilst only 9.7% answered ‘yes’. 2.7% declined answering.

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