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Swedes have become more fearful of terrorism

Sunday, 15 January 2012
Swedish people have become more concerned about terrorist attacks, a recent survey shows. 

In 2009, 29 percent of Swedish people were very or fairly worried about a terrorist attack in Sweden. Now according to survey conduced by polling firm, Sifo for the Swedish Authority of Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB), that fear has increased to 40 percent.

The proportion of those who are very or fairly concerned about international terrorism would have increased to 53 percent, from 49 percent in 2009.

MSB believe that suicide bombing in Stockholm in 2010 and the terrorist attack in Norway last year hare responsible in driving up the fears.
By Scancomark.se Team

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