It is worth noting that Stockholmers are over-represented in 18 of the behaviour changes/measures.
The support for the balance struck between public health and the country’s economy is still considerable; just over six in ten respondents find that the balance is right, and seven in ten have a positive view of the future.
The survey also measures trust in public agencies and institutions, and here the Public Health Agency of Sweden together with medical care services have had very high trust figures throughout the period of measurement, while trust in elder care is around 20 per cent.
Kantar Sifo carries out the survey with the aim of continuously monitoring public opinion regarding such concerns as the various possible consequences of covid-19, trust in various stakeholders’ management of its spread, and what measures individuals themselves are taking to reduce the risk of being exposed.
The general public aged 19–79. The sample is drawn randomly from Kantar Sifo’s online panel. The ambition is to carry out 100 interviews net per day. The survey has been going on since 21 March 2020.
Data collection is done using an online survey produced by Kantar Sifo.
This report summarises the results from 21 March until 24 May, inclusive (6,664 interviews).