Kroner still preferred over euro

More Danes than ever are against scrapping their beloved kroner and adopting the euro as the national currency Danes continue to be sceptical about switching over to the euro, as a new Statistics Denmark/Danske Bank poll showed that only 32...

Danes continue to be sceptical about switching over to the euro, as a new Statistics Denmark/Danske Bank poll showed that only 32 percent of those questioned said they want the European currency to replace the kroner.

On the other hand, 48 percent of those polled say they would vote ‘no’ if a referendum was held on accepting the euro as Denmark’s official currency.

According to the poll, the naysayers have their largest majority over those wanting to adopt the euro since 1999, when the survey was first taken.

Claus Hjort Frederiksen, the finance minister, has said the government will look into holding a referendum on the euro once the country has clearly recovered from the financial crisis.

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The Copenhagen Post

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