Majority of Latvians believe that globalization increases social inequalities

  • 2017-06-28
  • LETA/TBT Staff
More than half or 58 per cent of Latvia's population believe that globalization increases social inequalities, according to the Eurobarometer survey carried out in April this year. This opinion was shared by 57 percent of respondents in Lithuania and 55 per cent in Estonia. The survey, carried out among nearly 29,000 people throughout the EU, showed that respondents in Greece (81 per cent), France (76 per cent) and Slovenia (76 per cent) are the most likely to see globalization as a social threat, while Swedes strongly tended to disagree (41 per cen...
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