A fragile rebound for EU Image on eve of european parliament elections

12 May 2014

Summary: This Pew Research Center report examines public opinion in the European Union. It is based on face-to-face and telephone surveys in seven EU countries: France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Poland, Spain and the United Kingdom. Interviews were conducted March 17 to April 9, 2014, among 7,022 adults, 18 years of age or older.

Chapter 1 explores public opinion on a variety of economic issues, including views of the national economy, children’s financial future, and economic problems affecting the region. Chapter 2 examines how people view the European Union, including thoughts on economic integration, giving more power to the EU, and whether citizens believe their voices are heard. Chapter 3 analyzes attitudes towards immigration. Chapter 4 looks specifically at views of Jews, Muslims and Roma.

Publication Details
Published year only: 
Subject Areas
Geographic Coverage