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Share of people trusting the government in Sweden 2007-2017, by education

Share of people with very/rather large trust in the government in Sweden from 2007 to 2017, by education

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 7, 2019
Share of people trusting the government in Sweden 2007-2017, by education This statistic shows the result of a survey on people's trust towards the government in Sweden from 2007 to 2017, by education. The share of people with higher education level having very or rather large trust in the government in their country fluctuated over this period. Their largest trust occurred in 2010, with a share of 67 percent of respondents. While the share was lowest in 2015, amounting to 37 percent, it had grown consistently in the following two years, reaching 45 percent as of 2017. That year, 38 percent of Swedes with a low education trusted their country's government.
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Share of people with very/rather large trust in the government in Sweden from 2007 to 2017, by education

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 7, 2019
This statistic shows the result of a survey on people's trust towards the government in Sweden from 2007 to 2017, by education. The share of people with higher education level having very or rather large trust in the government in their country fluctuated over this period. Their largest trust occurred in 2010, with a share of 67 percent of respondents. While the share was lowest in 2015, amounting to 37 percent, it had grown consistently in the following two years, reaching 45 percent as of 2017. That year, 38 percent of Swedes with a low education trusted their country's government.
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