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Old 03-10-2018, 08:51 AM
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Svensk Damtidning has also this year made a research with Sifo about the royal family. 1128 randomly selected people in Sweden between 16 years to 80 years answered. The first question was the same as last year.
"The swedish people want to see Victoria as the queen!"

Question 1. When do you think it is time for the crown princess to take over the throne as the queen of Sweden: In one year, in 5-10 years, when the king passes away?
Answers:
In one year: 20 % (Last year 11 %)
In 5-10 years: 34 % (Last year 29 %)
When the king passes away: 26 % (Last year 38 %)
Don't know: 20 % (Last year 22 %)

Question 2. Should the Swedish retirement rules apply also to the members of the royal family?
Yes: 46 %
No: 24 %
Don't know: 30 %

Question 3. If you could be one person of the royal family for a day, who would you like to be?
No one of them: 32 %
Crown princess Victoria: 17 %
King Carl Gustaf: 11 %
Prince Carl Philip: 9 %
Prince Daniel: 6 %
Don't know: 6 %
Princess Estelle: 4 %
Princess Madeleine: 4 %
Princess Sofia: 3 %
Chris O'Neill: 3 %
Queen Silvia: 2 %
19 % of men wanted to be the king, 30 % of women wanted to be Victoria.

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Old 05-14-2018, 12:11 AM
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Not so serious poll in Expressen on Sunday in connection of the article about Carl Philip and Sofia's Instagram account:

Which is your favourite couple at the royal family?
When I write this, 8299 people have answered.

Crown princess Victoria and prince Daniel 64 %
Prince Carl Philip and princess Sofia 15 %
King Carl Gustaf and queen Silvia 14 %
Princess Madeleine and Chris O'Neill 7 %
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Old 02-01-2020, 06:58 AM
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Is the Swedish monarchy popular?
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Old 02-01-2020, 12:36 PM
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Is the Swedish monarchy popular?

Probably popular enough that there is not danger of immediate abolishment. With my knowledge crown princess family is pretty popular. I don't know how popular the king is but it seems that there is not so much of calls over his abdication like there was about ten years ago.
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Probably popular enough that there is not danger of immediate abolishment. With my knowledge crown princess family is pretty popular. I don't know how popular the king is but it seems that there is not so much of calls over his abdication like there was about ten years ago.
Also here: separate the personal popularity of individuals from a desire to keep the current form of state. This is not to be translated one-on-one, as likeability and popularity are entirely different from the question: "Do you like to elect your own head of state?"

But for so far all current monarchies are on the safe side indeed.
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Old 06-02-2020, 12:18 PM
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Medieakademien published it's annual confidence barometer (förtroendebaromerern) in March. The survey was done by Kantar Sifo with webb-interviews with over 1200 people (16 years or older) on 10-20th February.
According to that the confidence for the Royal House has been/is:
Percentage of very / quite high confidence
2010 - 50 %
2011 - 35
2012 - 35
2013 - 37
2014 - 37
2015 - 40
2016 - 42
2017 - 41
2018 - 44
2019 - 49
2020 - 50
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The royal house, the state, the parliament, the government, the European Commission, the political parties
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The whole barometer
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Svensk Damtidning's article today:
Victoria's and Daniel's Revenge - loved by all
Congratulations to the royal family! Confidence in the Royal House is increasing. Can it be about the "Victoria and Daniel effect"?
We Swedes like our royal house - and our royal family. This is shown by Medieakademien's confidence barometer 2020, published earlier this year.
From the survey, made by Kantar Sifo, it can be seen that confidence in the royal house has been steadily increasing since the dip in 2011, when it collapsed to 35%, from 50% the year before. But then it has gone straight up, and now confidence is at a stable 50% again.
Victoria and Daniel effect
Behind these figures stands the royal family, of course, and perhaps especially Crown Princess Victoria and her family. The Crown Princess and Prince Daniel go from clarity to clarity with their warmth, their wisdom and their pondus. They have the ability to really radiate that they work "For Sweden - With the times", to quote the king's motto.
But the success is also helped by the Swedish court, which, like Europe's other royal houses, has a successful media strategy, and which has also invested in strengthening its popularity with the help of social media.
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Old 06-29-2020, 05:36 AM
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Another article at Svensk Damtidning's latest issue about the confidence barometer
Victoria and Daniel for Sweden with the Times
Swedes like the royal house - the Crown princess couple is more popular than ever
About the king has been written in several unflattering contexts over the years. All experts agreed: the writings would damage the reputation of the monarchy among the people. And the numbers show they were right, during the stormy years when among others the book Den motvillige monarken came. But Victoria and Daniel took a revenge.
We Swedes like our royal house - and our royal family. This is shown by Medieakademien's confidence barometer 2020. The confidence in the royal house has been steadily increasing since the dip in 2011. Now confidence is up to a stable 50 percent again.
Behind these figures is the royal family, of course, and perhaps especially Crown Princess Victoria and her family. The Crown Princess and Prince Daniel go from clarity to clarity with their warmth, their wisdom and their pondus. They have the ability to really show that they work "For Sweden - With the times", to quote the king's motto.
But the success is also helped by the Swedish court, which has a successful media strategy, and which has also invested in strengthening its popularity with the help of social media.
At the end of last year King Carl Gustaf announced that he would stir up the Swedish monarchy. He had made a policy decision that essentially concerned who should be entitled to the title "Royal Highness".
It quickly became clear that the decision would have far more far-reaching consequences than that. This was explained by Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia in an interview.
- Directly, our roles may not change very much. But in the long term, as the focus will be on the head of state and the future head of state with family, it will be a little freer for us, Sofia said.
The change also means that Madeleine and Carl Philip's children will no longer be required to represent the royal family in the king's service. The families are thus to some extent distanced from the royal activities in general.
Many have wondered: how would the decision be received by the people? Would this harm the monarchy in people's eyes? Certainly not. The King's decision hasn't done anything to reduce people's confidence in his work for Sweden. Rather, people's confidence for the royal house has increased since 2019. That must be a nice message for Carl Gustaf!
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