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Responses to Kantar Sifo’s survey remain relatively unchanged, and trust in government agencies’ handling of the spread of the coronavirus in Sweden remains constant. Also, fewer and fewer respondents say they are worried about becoming infected with the virus.
Responses to Kantar Sifo’s survey have mostly remained constant over the last few weeks. The majority of respondents say they are continuing to follow the agency’s recommendations and that they intend to get vaccinated when a vaccine is available.
Both young and elderly people state that they take a serious view of the consequences of the pandemic. In the 18-29 age group, 66 per cent say they are concerned about how our welfare system will cope with the effects of the spread of the coronavirus. The same figure for the 65-79 age group is 69 per cent.