The poll, conducted by Infact the website buzzit.no, shows that 70.3 percent doubt that at a cheaper plan for Olympics 2022 really will save 9 billion. Only 12.2 percent believe this, while 17.5 percent are undecided.
The survey was conducted before the Ministry of Culture on Tuesday night announced that the proposed cuts in Oslo Olympics will only reduce the need for a government guarantee of 4, 8 billion, roughly 4 billion less than the bid committee for the Olympic Games in Oslo had arrived at.
In the poll were also asked whether the Olympics should be held in Oslo. 59.2 percent said no and only 31.9 percent yes.
In a survey published by Dagbladet earlier Tuesday said 53 percent said they would say yes to the Olympics in Oslo it was cheaper and included the reuse of the Olympic plants from Lillehammer. This was the first time there was majority support for the Oslo Olympics in an opinion poll.
infact have also asked for a cheaper Olympics will change the perception of the respondents. Only 11.9 percent answered yes to this, while 78.8 percent still held in his no. 9.4 percent of respondents said they were undecided. (© NTB)