Bulgarians Remain Among EU Optimists but Want their Voice to Count More - Survey

Bulgarians Remain Among EU Optimists but Want their Voice to Count More - Survey

Bulgarians remain among EU optimists, shows a Parlemeter survey presented by the European Parliament on Wednesday.
The 2017 Parlemeter survey is based on face-to-face interviews with 27,881 Europeans, aged 15 or more, in all EU 28 Member States, between September 23 and October 2, 2017.
48% of Bulgarians think that the EU is heading in a good direction, but only 28% feel this way about their country.
When asked against which threats the EU protects them best, Bulgarian respondents cited freedom to travel, work and study - a reply shared by the majority of citizens from the UK, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Ireland, and Slovakia.
 
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