What do 1.17 million local politicians in EU27 think about the future of Europe?  

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The answers reveal how local and regional representatives see their relationship with national and European and policymakers, what topics they would prioritise at the EU level, and how aware they are of EU-wide initiatives and of EU funding opportunities.
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​​​​​​​​​Opinion Survey: It is time to give
regions and cities a greater say in EU decisions

  • 54% of respondents think it is "very important" to increase the influence of regions and local authorities on national policymaking.
  • 46% of respondents think it is "very important" to increase the influence of regions and local authorities on EU policymaking.
  • 41% do not agree that LRAs have enough influence on the future of the EU.
  • 59% want local and regional authorities to have more influence on EU climate and environment policies.
  • 49% agree that better information on democratic systems at the EU, national and subnational level would make European democracy work better.
  • 43% are aware on the Conference on the Future of Europe but they are not aware of any initiative on the Conference in their constituency.
  • The Local politicians of the EU and the future of Europe survey was conducted by IPSOS.

    All materials and national factsheets are published below. Original national data are available upon request.

Dokumenty

  1. Survey Report 1.56 MB PDF
  2. Infographic 688.73 KB PDF
  3. Presentation – Key Results 2.31 MB PDF
  4. Presentation – All Graphics 2.44 MB PDF
  5. Excel Data 354.36 KB ZIP

National Factsheets

  1. Austria

  2. Belgium

  3. Bulgaria

  4. Croatia

  5. Cyprus

  6. Czech Republic

  7. Denmark

  8. Estonia

  9. Finland

  10. France

  11. Germany

  12. Greece

  13. Hungary

  14. Ireland

  15. Italy

  16. Latvia

  17. Lithuania

  18. Luxembourg

  19. Malta

  20. Netherlands

  21. Poland

  22. Portugal

  23. Romania

  24. Slovakia

  25. Slovenia

  26. Spain

  27. Sweden

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