More than three in four people living in Denmark consider the EU to be ‘a good thing’, according to a new poll.
The results from the poll, which was carried out by the European Commission’s Eurobarometer, shows a record high level of support for the union amongst people in Denmark.
76 percent of people responding to the survey said that the EU was a ‘good thing’. That represents the highest level in Denmark since Eurobarometer began asking the question in 1974. Only seven percent said they thought they EU was a ‘bad thing’ in the latest poll.
A record high proportion – 84 percent – also said they considered EU membership to be advantageous for Denmark, while 80 believed their votes counted within the EU.
Joe Barnes the author of that article is a hoot.
He usually has about 15 Daily Express 'on the brink' articles a week.
Nobody takes him seriously.
I love this quote from the article. Speaking at a gathering, Mr Thulesen Dahl told supporters of the part they are not aiming for an exit vote just yet, but shouldn’t rule it out depending on Britain’s departure.