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Share of people that are against the EURO as single EU currency (2017)

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Share of people that are against the EURO as single EU currency (2017)

A majority of respondents are in favour of “a European economic and monetary union with one single currency, the euro” in 22 Member States, with the highest scores in Luxembourg (85%), Slovenia (83%), Ireland (83%), Estonia (83%), Germany (82%) and Slovakia (80%). Conversely, majorities of respondents oppose the euro in six Member States, all located outside the euro area: the Czech Republic (77% “against”), Sweden (72%), Denmark (66%), the United Kingdom (63%), Poland (61%) and Bulgaria (47% vs. 39% “for”).


source: European Commission – Eurobarometer (May 2017)

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