The Spanish public opinions and the EU
Daniel Debomy, associate research fellow at the Jacques Delors Institute, focuses on the evolution of public opinion in Spain while a new government is taking office there – a development marked by a significant improvement.
While attitudes favorable to the European Union had slowly recovered from the deep low observed ten years earlier, from 2007 the economic crisis has caused a new and significant deterioration in European countries. The improvement recorded in recent years has been uneven. In general, the southern countries of the EU have been more heavily and more sustainably affected; next to the persistent difficulties of Greece, the Euro-disenchantment Italian and the persistence of a French gloom despite a slight better are elements on which the Jacques Delors Institute has recently leaned.
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