From the “Swedish researchers can be as shameless as the American mainstream media” file comes this:
Half of Swedes think their politicians have low moral standards, a new survey indicates. Journalists and company executives also have a bad reputation.
In the survey, conducted by researchers at Gothenburg University, 48 percent of those asked said that politicians’ morals were poor or very poor. Only 14 percent responded that morality among the country’s elected representatives was of a high or very high level.
Later on in the same story:
While journalists and businesspeople came out badly, researchers were viewed as having high moral standards.
Imagine the odds.