Sixty percent of voters want Sweden to take in fewer refugees than it currently does, according to an opinion poll.
Conversely, more people think immigration is an overall benefit to Sweden than those who think it is detrimental.
Six out of ten people who participated in the poll, carried out by market research firm Ipsos on behalf of newspaper Dagens Nyheter, said that Sweden should accept fewer refugees than current numbers.
41 percent said that they would prefer significantly fewer refugees to be accepted, while 19 percent said they would take a slightly lower number.
12 percent answered that they think Sweden should accept more refugees than it currently does, the poll found.