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%.