Romanians Most in Favour to Remain in EU
- New Europe Investor
- January 10, 2016
Out of 14 European countries polled, Romania have topped the list of percentage of people who wish to to remain in the European Union at 85%.
Bulgaria came second on the list with 80% and Ireland came third with 78%. The poll was carried out by Orb International at the end of 2015.
It also asked a number of questions regarding a wish to leave the European Union. According to the survey, Britain topped the poll with 54%, Italians came second with 42%, and 41% of Dutch people showed a preference to leave the European Union.
Regarding the euro, there is a lot less enthusiasm from Bulgaria and Romania. 26% of Romanian citizens would prefer the euro over their own currency, falling to only 9% of Bulgarians.
In the survey, many CEE countries have been omitted including Poland and the three Baltic states.