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Romanians believe in EU and Schengen accession
10.05.2013, 09:54 | International | 939 views

Romanians are optimistic about the future of the European Union as well as about their country’s Schengen Area entry bid, reveals a poll conducted by IRES pollsters.

’Six years since Romania’s official entry to the European Union, the Romanians remain optimistic about the future of the European Union and they think the country is ready to join Schengen Area. (…) Three quarters (74 percent) of the Romanians say it is a good thing Romania is a EU member (up by 4 percent from Aug. 2012) and 65 percent of the polled – a 5 percent rise from 2012 – believe Romania benefits from being a EU member’, the poll conclusions show.

According to the survey, half the respondents have a positive and pretty positive image of the EU, one in four Romanians (26 pct) has a negative and rather negative image of the EU and a fifth (21 pct) have a neutral image. Over 60 percent of the Romanians are very and pretty optimistic as to the future of the European Union.


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