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Source: Google U.K. Edition

The survey by the Gothenburg University-based SOM Institute, a centre which investigates society, public opinion and media, asked around 20,000 people what issues or phenomena worried them the most.

Top of the list were climate change and increased antibiotic resistance. Nearly half of the respondents (49 percent) said they found these issues “very concerning” for the future.

The survey was carried out before the deadly truck attack in Stockholm on April 7th, but a total of 48 percent said they found terrorism very concerning. Next in the top-five were pollution of the environment (47 percent) and increased xenophobia (45 percent), both hotly debated topics in Sweden.

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Source: The Local – Sweden’s News in English