Faith in European Project Reviving. Pew Research Center. Bruce Stokes. June 2, 2015.
To paraphrase the American author and humorist Mark Twain, recent reports of the death of the European Union were greatly exaggerated. In the wake of the euro currency crisis, public support for the EU and the belief that European economic integration was good for one’s country had declined precipitously across Europe, reaching a low point in 2013. But in 2015, favorable views of the EU and faith in the efficacy of creating a single market are generally rebounding in major EU member states, according to the survey. And this revival in pro-EU sentiment is closely related to the public’s economic mood. [Note: contains copyrighted material].
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