Czechs’ trust in the EU has increased to 44 percent, up by five percent as compared to last year, according to the results of a poll undertaken by the CVVM agency.
Forty-eight percent of respondents said that the measure of integration within the EU should best remain as it is and 73 percent said they are against the Czech Republic adopting the euro.
The negative public stand against euro adoption has been evident since 2010. In the years between 2006 and 2009 the number of supporters and opponents was more or less balanced.
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