Is Euroskepticism really growing?

  • 1999-12-09
  • By Rokas M. Tracevskis
VILNIUS - If the referendum on membership in the European Union were held right now, Lithuanians might say "No" to Brussels, says a social research firm called Vilmorus.It finds that in November 1999, only 30 percent of Lithuanians would vote for EU membership, while 31 percent would vote against it. A year ago in November 1998, about 42 percent said they would vote in favor of membership in the EU in the same hypothetical referendum and 20 percent against it. Figures in May, 1999 were accordingly 38 percent and 28 percent.The last poll showed that the biggest EU fans are the educated young...
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