How many Swedes live in the US?
In the 2000 U.S.
Census, about four million Americans claimed to have Swedish roots.
Minnesota remains by a wide margin the state with the most inhabitants of Swedish descent—9.6% of the population as of 2005..
What percentage of Swedes live alone?
Maybe not the things some expect. In 2017, 1.8 million people lived in Sweden alone, representing 39.2% of all households (17.8% of the population), a figure that has barely changed since 1990.
Are Swedes lonely?
Meanwhile, other research suggests that the tendency to live alone in Sweden has not left it a lonelier nation than European neighbours. In fact, the latest European Social Survey, released in 2014, found that only 5% of Swedes experienced frequent loneliness, slightly lower than the European average of 7%.
Why do Swedes live longer?
Citizens’ longevity is due in part to Sweden’s commitment to environmental cleanliness. The water quality is satisfactory; 96 percent of those included in a poll approved of their country’s drinking water. A lack of pollutants may also contribute to Sweden’s higher-than-average life expectancy.
Why are the Swedes so attractive?
They’ve got the world’s most beautiful eyes Just like with their hair, pale eyes allow Swedes to make the most of the light available dark winters. Scientists suggest that blue eyes attract more mating opportunities – as surveys show humans see blue as the most attractive eye colour.
Why is Sweden so rich?
Sweden has achieved a high standard of living under a mixed system of high-tech capitalism and extensive welfare benefits. Sweden has the second highest total tax revenue behind Denmark, as a share of the country’s income. As of 2012, total tax revenue was 44.2% of GDP, down from 48.3% in 2006.