(02 August 2017) – One year after the referendum in the UK, an increasing majority of people in the EU are optimistic about the future of the European Union.
Close to a majority of Europeans are now also optimistic about the state of their national economy.
Trust in the European Union is growing – it is at its highest level since 2010, and support for the euro is greater than it has been since 2004.
Moreover, a majority of respondents, from eleven non-EU countries polled for the first time, say they have a positive view of the EU.
These are some of the key results from the latest Standard Eurobarometer survey published today with the Flash Eurobarometer survey “Future of Europe – Views from outside the EU”.