A survey has found that an increased number of Norwegians have become positive towards taking in refugees in need of protection, but a majority think integration is not working well enough.
The survey was conducted by the Norwegian Institute for Social Research on behalf of the Directorate of Integration and Diversity, NRK reports.
3,000 Norwegians took part in the survey, which was conducted in late 2017.
35 percent of Norwegians said that Norway should accept more asylum seekers, the report states, while four out of ten wanted fewer.
But in answer to the question "Should Norway accept more refugees who are in need of protection", over 60 percent said yes.