TALLINN - Twenty-four percent of Estonians expect that the European Union will improve their quality of life, says a study by Eurobarometer, reports Postimees Online. By this they mean an improvement in purchasing power and wages, reaching the same level as elsewhere in the EU. This was mentioned by 24 percent of respondents as their expectations, a result which is twice than in the EU, on average.“The wealthier the state, the more people expect stability,” said TNS Emor research expert Aivar Voog. While among Estonians, 4 percent expected stability from the EU, in the E...
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