Survey on intended clothes to wear on the National Day in Norway 2016

This statistic shows the results of a survey from 2016 on the intended clothes to wear on May 17, which is the National Day of Norway. During the survey period, 49 percent of the respondents stated that they planned to wear dress clothes, such as a suit or a dress. To wear a bunad, the traditional folk costume, was popular among 36 percent of the respondents.
The background for this celebration is the signature of the Constitution of Norway in Eidsvoll on May 17, 1814. Many traditions come along with that day. For instance the king and his family stand on the balcony of the royal palace in Oslo and wave to the children and other people that pass by in a parade. Also, flags are hoisted all over the country.

What do you plan to wear on May 17?

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Source

Release date

May 2016

Region

Norway

Survey time period

Mai 17, 2016

Number of respondents

2,840 respondents

Supplementary notes

* A bunad is a traditional Norwegian folk costume.

The original question was phrased by the source as follows: "Hva har du planer om å ha på deg på 17. mai?"

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