The British European vision is fading away

Britain and the other countries of the European Union distance is increasing, according to a poll conducted and published a few days ago in four countries. Research magazine Observer, conducted by the Institute Opinium in Britain, France, Germany and Poland , shows that the European vision of British fray. At the same time EU countries increasingly believe that Britain does not yield great benefits in all 28 countries of the Union.

According to the survey, 26% of the British believe that the EU is good, compared with 62% of Poles, 55% of Germans and 36% of French. But only 9% of Germans, 15% of French and 33% of Poles believe that Britain is a positive force in the EU in Germany, 44% of respondents are opposed to the proposal that Britain enjoys certain conditions association with the EU, against 16% who are in favor. In France the opposite is 36% and in Poland 38%.



An output of Britain from the EU was concerned only 24% of French and 36% of Germans, but 51% of Poles believe that this would be negative for the Union. Finally, 64% of the British believe that the EU has a negative impact on migration, versus 59% of French, 42% of Germans and only 20% of Poles. The survey was conducted on more than 2,000 people in Britain and more than 1,000 in each of the other countries. British Prime Minister David Cameron has promised to make a referendum on the country’s relationship with the EU before the end of 2017, if reelected in 2015.

By Nicole P.

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