According to a recent survey, only one in four Norwegians supports the decision to prioritize Norwegian parliament (Storting) representatives in the vaccine queue.
As many as 64% of those surveyed don’t support Solberg’s decision to move MPs forward in the vaccine queue, while 24% support the move.
The rest “do not know,” the Norwegian Corona Monitor survey from Opinion shows.
When the survey was conducted right after the decision on prioritization was made, 72% were against the move, and 18% supported it.
“A clear majority”
“During the week, people’s support for vaccinating MPs increased, but still a clear majority is against giving priority to Storting representatives,” senior adviser Nora Clausen in Opinion noted.
In general, 36% of respondents in May stated that they had confidence that the pace of vaccination in Norway was effective. That is an increase of 7% since April.
In total, more than 18,000 Norwegians contributed to the survey during the pandemic.
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