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Poll: One in three Swedes fear terror attack

Published fredag 23 januari 2015 kl 08.10
En parkerad polisbil står vid platsen där terrordådet inträffade Foto: Fredrik Sandberg /Scanpix (arkivbild).
In 2010, Stockholm was hit by a terrorist attack when a man blew himself up during the Christmas rush. File photo: Fredrik Sandberg /TT.

More than one in three Swedes believe that Sweden could be hit by a terror attack, that's according to a new survey by the polling institute TNS Sifo following the terror attacks in Paris two weeks ago. 

The poll shows that 36 percent of the just over 1,000 respondents believe that Sweden is likely to suffer a terror attack.

Swedish Television reports that respondents who voted for the Sweden Democrats thought it more likely than people who voted for the government parties or the center-right alliance.

Sixty-seven percent of the respondents who voted for the Sweden Democrats believed it likely that Sweden could be hit by a terror attack, whereas the same number for other voters was between 30 and 42 percent.

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