Podcasts

Fifty-Five Percent of Europe’s Residents Support Ukraine’s EU Membership

When Germans, French, Italians, and Poles hear the word “Ukraine,” it evokes three associations: war, poverty, and immigrants. This is evidenced by results of a poll commissioned by the New Europe Center in these four European countries.

At first glance, there is nothing good for Ukraine. However, if we compare these results with the answers to similar questions put to residents of the same countries five years ago, we will see quite encouraging signals. For example, the majority of respondents (55%) support Ukraine’s membership in the EU. Support for Ukraine’s membership in NATO is not overwhelming but is rather significant as well (38%).

For more click here

Follow us on Twitter
Related posts
OriginalPodcastsResearch & AnalyticsSociety

PODCAST: Impact of War and Pandemic on NGOs

Podcasts

#3.4 Ukraine: Up to Date - Ukrainian Resistance Strategy

Podcasts

#3.4 Ukraine: Up to Date: The Full-Scale Russian Aggression

Podcasts

#3.3 Not Granting Ukraine Candidate Status Would Be a Terrible Mistake