Norwegians think to a much greater extent that immigration and rising unemployment are more pressing challenges for Norway than climate change is , according to a new survey.
Also health care services are ranked as a greater challenge than climate change, according to the new edition of TNS survey the Climate Barometer, writes Dagsavisen.
Last year it was only immigration that was seen as a greater challenge than climate change.
The respondents in the survey were asked to rank what Norway’s biggest challenges are by being able to choose three of the fourteen options offered. 64 percent ticked immigration, 41 percent unemployment, while 26 percent chose health and 25 percent climate.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today