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Weak backing for the euro


According to SCB’s (Statistics Sweden’s) figures, support for introducing the Euro has been steadily falling since the autumn of 2009. The proportion of people who are unsure has also been falling since records began in 1997.

  If there had been a referendum on the introduction of the Euro in May 2013, 81% would have voted No and 11% would have voted Yes. 8% of people said they didn’t know how they would have voted.  In terms of statistical significance the proportion of Yes votes has increased marginally since November 2012.

   The proportion of male Yes voters has increased and the proportion of No voters has decreased since November 2012. The changes are statistically significant. There are not, however, any statistically significant changes amongst women. In May 2013, 81% of men and 82% of women answered that they would vote No in a referendum.  In November 2012 the corresponding figures were 83% for men and 82% for women.

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