More Swedes are in favor of adopting the euro than against, eight months after the currency's launch in 12 nations, according to a recent poll.
A total of 43 percent said they would vote in favor of adopting the new currency if a referendum were to be held today, while 38 percent said they would vote against it, according to a poll conducted by Sifo.
The number of undecideds among the 1,000 people questioned during the period Aug. 26-29 was 17 percent.
Sweden is a member of the European Union but, like Britain and Denmark, is not a member of the euro zone.
Initially strongly opposed to greater European integration, Swedes gradually warmed to the euro after its introduction and more than half of Swedes were in favor of the new currency after two months.
Support then began to gradually slip.