Thursday, July 25, 2013

Well d'uh!

EUObserver reports that the latest Eurobarometer survey has produced some ..... fairly predictable results.
While 80 percent of Swedes and 77 percent of Germans expressed confidence about the state of their country's economy, this contrasted with only 1 percent of Spaniards, and 2 percent of Cypriots and Greeks.

Respondents from the crisis countries were also far more likely to feel disconnected from EU decision making, according to the eurobarometer survey released Tuesday (23 June).

Two thirds responded negatively to the question "my voice counts in the European Union", including 89 percent of Cypriots and Greeks.
I wonder if there is a reason for those opinions and their geographical spead.

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