Acceptance of Jews/Muslims as members of family in Sweden 2017

Would you be willing to accept Jews/Muslims as members of your family?

by Agnete Lundetræ Jürgensen, last edited Mar 20, 2019
Acceptance of Jews/Muslims as members of family in Sweden 2017 This statistic shows the result of a survey conducted in 2017 on acceptance of Jews or Muslims as family members in Sweden. That year, the largest acceptance, with a share of 92 percent of Swedish respondents, would accept Jews as family members, whereas five percent of Swedish population would not tolerate Jews as family members. Compared with Swedes who would not accept Muslims, reaching 14 percent of the respondents, it was nine percentage points lower.
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Would you be willing to accept Jews/Muslims as members of your family?

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