Rethinking Europe

In Charts: EU — Promoting Peace, But Out of Touch

Europeans credit the EU with promoting peace and prosperity on the continent, but feel it is out of touch with its citizens.

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Takeaways


  • 74% of citizens think that the EU promotes peace, but 62% think that it does not understand their needs.

• Pew Research Center has surveyed citizens in 10 EU member states — Poland, Spain, Hungary, Germany, Netherlands, Italy, UK, Greece, Sweden and France — as to their opinion of the European Union.

• A median of 74% think that the EU promotes peace, but 62% think that it does not understand the needs of its citizens.

To see the full Pew Research Center survey, click here.


To go deeper, also browse The Globalist’s European Union article collection by clicking here


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