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“That's the same as the percentage who, according to a Eurobarometer poll in 2005, believe in God.”
“It highlighted in a statement that according to the same Eurobarometer opinion poll cited by the commission, eight in ten retailers had said "the proposed change would have little or no effect on the level of their cross-border sales.”
“At present, 44% of Europeans say they do not buy abroad because they are uncertain of their rights," it noted, citing a recent Eurobarometer poll.”
“As a result of the Irish referendum vote, however, the EU has decided to keep one Commissioner per member state (a concern cited by 6% of No voters in the Eurobarometer survey).”
“I note that the Eurobarometer post-referendum opinion poll (here, page 19) found that a total of 14% of "No" voters voted against Lisbon because of their (misinformed) concerns about one or other of these issues.”
“In fact, what is striking about the trends from recent Eurobarometer studies is the stagnation in confidence among those at the bottom of the European pile: Germany saw a 30-percentage-point increase in confidence between May and November last year, but in Ireland, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Italy, the U.K. and many more countries, already low levels of confidence barely shifted or declined even further.”
“When asked in the most recent Eurobarometer study about the most important issues facing countries, dealing with the debt came behind only the other big economic concerns, and on a par with health care and crime.”
“A 2007 Eurobarometer poll found 46% of people thought religion had too important a place in society.”
“A recent Eurobarometer opinion poll showed 61% support for a tax on financial transactions across the EU, including two-thirds of Britons.”
“According to Eurobarometer polls from the autumn of 2010, only 50% of the citizens believe that their country has benefited from EU membership 39% said that they have not benefited and only 38% said that they have a positive image of the EU.”
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