The Swedish general public’s attitudes towards the use of surveillance cameras (CCTV) in public spaces, April 2018

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@misc{484c9efc478d43c68de9c3156276a26c,
title = "The Swedish general public’s attitudes towards the use of surveillance cameras (CCTV) in public spaces, April 2018",
abstract = "During the first week of April, 1,000 Swedes were asked via telephone about their opinions on the use of surveillance cameras in public spaces. Ninety percent (90{\%}) of the public were positive when asked the question “What do you think about surveillance cameras in public spaces?” – 49{\%} stating that they are “very positive” and 41{\%} “quite positive”. Furthermore, 72{\%} of the respond- ents stated that there should be more surveillance cameras installed, compared to the number cur- rently in use; while 3{\%} stated a desire to decrease the number of surveillance cameras currently in use.",
keywords = "opinion poll, surveillance cameras, Sweden, privacy, cctv",
author = "Markus Lahtinen",
year = "2018",
month = "4",
day = "17",
language = "English",
publisher = "Lusax security informatics",
type = "Other",

}