Norwegians still have high confidence in the authorities, new survey shows

Bent Høie - Erna SolbergPhoto: Ørn E. Borgen / NTB
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Almost eight months after Norway shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, more than seven out of ten Norwegians say they have high confidence in the information provided by the government.

In the days leading up to the new national measures to stop the spread of infection, which were introduced on Thursday, 72% of Norwegians say they trust the information provided by the authorities. 

That’s 1% above the average for the entire pandemic, according to a survey by Opinion.

A total of 14% say they do not trust the information provided by the authorities. The rest did not pick a position. 

“Confidence in information from the government has shown to be stable, but with a slightly increasing trend this autumn,” senior adviser Nora Clausen at Opinion said.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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