The Swedes were smart enough to say no to the euro in a 2003 referendum. And now, ten years later, they are even more critical of the crisis ridden eurozone:
A whopping 78 percent of the electorate would choose to stay out of the eurozone if the country held a referendum today.
"Of those who replied in May 2013 that they would vote yes to the euro, about 67 percent would still vote yes, while about 21 percent now in November would vote no," Statistics Sweden said in a statement.
A slim 13.9 percent of men and 11.3 percent of women were in favour of introducing the euro currency in Sweden.