Support for a four day working week in selected European countries in 2019

This statistic presents the results of a survey of adults in selected European countries, which asked them if they supported or opposed the introduction of a four-day working week in their country. Of respondents, 65 percent of people in Finland supported this idea, compared with 47 percent of people in Norway.

Would you support or oppose introducing a four day working week in your country?

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Release date

March 2019



Survey time period

January 15-29, 2019

Number of respondents


Age group

18 years and older

Supplementary notes

* Number of people surveyed differs in each country:
1,699 in Great Britain
2,048 in Germany
1,003 in France
1,004 in Denmark
1,005 in Sweden
1,008 in Finland
1,008 in Norway

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