Norwegians among the most pessimistic to economic recovery

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Only 13 per cent of respondents in Norway believe in rapid economic recovery following the corona situation, according to a survey. That makes us some of the most pessimistic.

According to TV 2, Kantar’s survey covers 50 countries. It shows that Norwegians are among the most pessimistic in Europe. Even Italy and Spain – the hardest hit countries – score higher on optimism.

In the US and China, respectively, 33 and 58 percent of those polled say they believe in a rapid economic upturn.

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