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Confidence for Swedish government increases

Monday, 30 January 2012
Swedish peoples’ trust in their centre-right coalition government is in an upward trend according to a new survey.
Trust in the government stood at +41 in January, representing a slight increase from +40 in November. This means that it is 41 percentage points more who believe that government is doing a good job than to say that it does a poor job.

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A clear majority, 60 percent think the government is doing a very or fairly good job. 16 percent think the government is doing a great job.

Trust accorded to the red-green opposition was -17, which is 4 percentage points higher than in the previous measurements.
The survey was conducted during the period 16 December to 12 January by polling firm Skop. 1000 people were interviewed.
By Scancomark.se Team




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