Sweden Support for the Euro is Low

Only one in ten Swedes would today support the adoption of the euro, the eurozone debt crisis is to blame for the negative Swedish view of the euro. A recent opinion poll showed 54% would vote against Sweden joining the eurozone. Only three years ago, the number of people who said they would vote “yes” in a referendum was higher than those voting against. Today, only 12% of Swedish voters want to replace the Swedish crown with the euro. Sweden voted against adopting the euro in a referendum in 2003.


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Comment by numizmatik on May 12, 2012 at 18:26

"...euro as a currency is a good project ..."

The idea was good, but the whole concept in our case is wrong. It simply doesn't work. Is this bad politicians's fault or EU's? Think again.

All in all, Germany and France profited more with this project than poor countries, no doubt on that. 

Comment by euroHOBBY on May 12, 2012 at 17:57

true - the euro as a currency is a good project but not all the politicians could stick to the rules and thus why the euro is getting a bad image

Comment by brubru on May 12, 2012 at 17:55

not really surprising

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