The majority of Finns are opposed to joining NATO.
That’s according to a new survey for national newspaper Helsingin Sanomat.
Their survey was carried out at the end of October and found that 59% of people are against Finland joining the military alliance.
Just 22% were in favour of Finnish NATO membership.
And 19% said they couldn’t make up their minds.
According to the newspaper’s findings, the opposition to NATO spans all demographics in the country: men and women, old and young, and different political parties.
The only exceptions are supporters of the National Coalition Party NCP who are, as a group, more likely to be in favour of joining NATO.