Eurobarometer Survey

Wednesday, 10. January 2018

According to the latest Eurobarometer survey published by the European Commission. Became 31.769 entravistas Europeans between 6 and 26 May past. Therefore, it has no account the latest wave of attacks on Spanish debt. 19% Said that it hoped the Government of Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero. 53% Of Spaniards believed that the worst of the impact of the economic crisis on employment is yet to come, opinion that share 47% of the citizens of the EU, according to the latest Eurobarometer poll published Thursday by the European Commission (EC).

40% Of Spaniards believed otherwise, as 43% of citizens of the EU who are convinced that from now on the only climate can improve. The survey corresponds to the spring of 2011 and (to a total of 31.769 Europeans) interviews were conducted between 6 and 26 May, so it does not consider the latest wave of attacks of investors and speculators to the sovereign debt of peripheral countries, especially Spain and Italy a cto that will probably be noticeable in the next installment of the index in the autumn. EC admits that in absolute terms, the perception of Europeans from the State of the economy in the EU is worse than in the last survey, but says that the trend shows that optimism is returning, and even gaining ground since it began to notice a more positive line in the spring of 2009. In the EU of 27, 43% believed that the impact on the labour market has bottomed already assumed one percentage point more than in last autumn and fifteen compared with 28% who claimed that between May and June 2009. A sample that the optimistic trend is gradually strengthening is the fact that the majority of countries members – a total of 14 believes that the crisis has already reached its peak, against the remaining 13 that do not concur with this assessment.

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