(29 November 2019) - More than three in four citizens think that the single currency is good for the European Union, according to the latest Eurobarometer results. This is the highest support since surveys began in 2002.
According to the results of the latest Eurobarometer survey on the euro area, 76% of respondents think the single currency is good for the EU.
This is the highest support since the introduction of euro coins and banknotes in 2002 and a 2-percentage point increase since last year's already record levels.
Similarly, a majority of 65% of citizens across the euro area think that the euro is beneficial for their own country: this is also the highest number ever measured.
The common currency is supported by a majority of citizens in all 19 euro area Member States.