Weak isospin confinement?

According to the Wikipedia article on color confinement:

The current theory is that confinement is due to the force-carrying gluons having color charge [...],

i.e. because the gauge group is non-abelian. But that is equally true for the weak force. Does that mean that above the electroweak scale we should expect to find stuff like electrons and neutrinos confined to meson-like states?

• @alexchandel You can try to estimate that more carefully using the RG equations, but (very roughly) the SU(2) coupling runs like the QCD coupling, so it becomes strong at $O(100 MeV)$. – Thomas Jun 24 at 13:05