Current Attitudes of the Public on Entry to the EU

At the end of April, the efforts of our country aimed towards the integration in the European Union were supported by 56 % of citizens, with 28 % disagreeing and 16 % not having an opinion on the matter. Although the overall attitude of the public cooled a little compared with the end of February, the support stays on a steady majority level. However, if citizens were to vote in a referendum held these days, they would act in a significantly more reserved manner.

40 % would vote in favour of the integration and 19 % against. A full 41 % would carefully consider their participation in the referendum or did not know how they would finally vote.