Survey on police operation regarding the terror attack in Stockholm in Sweden 2017

How do you think the police have acted in relating to the presumed terrorist attack in Stockholm?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 7, 2019
Survey on police operation regarding the terror attack in Stockholm in Sweden 2017 This statistic shows the results of a survey on the police operation regarding the terror attack in Stockholm in Sweden in 2017. 74 percent of Swedish respondents thought that the police acted very well in relating to the terrorist attack. In the attack taking place on April 7, 2017, five people were killed after a hijacked truck, driven by an Islamist sympathizer, was lead into crowds along Drottninggatan and rammed the department store Åhlens.
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How do you think the police have acted in relating to the presumed terrorist attack in Stockholm?

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