Poll shows Sweden still opposed to euro

Opposition to the euro in Sweden remains strong 15 months after voters rejected the single currency in a referendum, but the number of opponents has fallen, a poll published on Wednesday 15 December by Statistics Sweden showed.

According to the poll forty-nine percent of Swedes said they would vote "no" to the euro if a new referendum were held today, 37 percent would vote "yes" and 14 percent were undecided, Statistics Sweden said in its survey of 6,919 Swedes from November 1 to 26.

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