Public Opinion and the Eurozone Crisis – PEW Global Attitudes Survey
Notre Europe organized a debate on “Public Opinion and the Eurozone crisis” where the latest PEW Global Attitudes Survey was presented by Bruce Stokes on 30 May 2012. This synthesis by Valentin Kreilinger summarises the main issues of the debate on controversial topics such as the public support for economic integration, the ECB, the euro and the EU as a whole.
At the debate on “Public Opinion and the Eurozone crisis” organized by Notre Europe on 30 May 2012, Bruce Stokes, Director of PEW Global Economic Attitudes, presented the findings of the latest PEW Global Attitudes Survey.
With the Eurozone crisis, the EU is currently facing a loss of confidence. The extent of the loss varies across Europe: Germany and Greece are “at polar opposites”. This synthesis written by Valentin Kreilinger summarises the main issues discussed during the debate, which has been moderated by Yves Bertoncini, Secretary General of Notre Europe.