Statistics Sweden is on Twitter. This allows you to follow our activities and receive information about us there. We have a Swedish and an English Twitter flow. In the Swedish flow we publish our press releases and other news, while the English flow only publishes our press releases.
We do not carry on a dialogue with our visitors on Twitter, but see our Twitter flows as a service for those of you who are interested in Statistics Sweden's activities. Our Twitter channels are not intended to handle any kind of business. However, matters that come in this way, such as matters of data release - are passed on to other suitable channels. An e-mail address to the registrar or Statistics Service will be given and you will be asked to use these channels instead.
The address to the Swedish Twitter flow is SCB_Nyheter.
The address to the English Twitter flow is StatsSweden.
Messages that are public documents are:
- Entries made by Statistics Sweden
- Entries made by other users that are directed to Statistics Sweden by using @SCB_nyheter or StatsSweden, so-called mentions
- Direct messages that are sent to Statistics Sweden's Twitter accounts.
Statistics Sweden's automatically generated Twitter flow is not archived because we regard it as having temporary importance and routine character. The automatically generated Twitter messages are created by the headlines on Statistics Sweden's press releases, and they are available in full versions on scb.se.
The Twitter messages that are not automatically generated are kept in paper form. This also applies to the incoming messages to the flow.
Some of our web pages have shared links for Facebook, Twitter, Pusha, Delicious and e-mail that you can use to tell others about the current page. This feature is at the bottom of the page. A new window opens when you click on a shared link. You need to have a registered account if you want to share on Facebook, Twitter and Delicious.