What Worries Denmark - May 2021

The What Worries Denmark study gives you monthly insight into the most pressing reported concerns of Danish citizens. Here, we present to you the May 2021 update.

Go to the Danish version.

During May, the country started to open more and more, and for the second month in a row, the COVID-19 related worries decreased. Instead, the Danes are starting to worry about finding the right balance in the reopening of the society, and more long-term worries about how to get the society back on track after COVID-19. The reopening has most likely also caused fewer worries related to the state of the economy, thus making worries related to immigration control and integration the new #3 worry among Danes.


The Biggest Worries chart refers to an individual’s perception on the largest/most top-of-mind challenge Denmark is dealing with today.


The Total Worries chart encompasses the biggest worries and the respondents’ other worries combined.  


About the study
This study surveys a nationally representative sample of adults aged 18+ across various regions of Denmark, with 1000 interviews conducted per month. Weighting has been employed to balance demographics and ensure that the sample’s composition reflects that of the adult population according to the most recent Danish census data.
Go to the main page of the study.