On November 20, the European Parliament released results of the third survey this year related to European citizens’ views on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Survey results clearly highlight an increasing number of citizens who do feel uncertain about their future due to the COVID-19 pandemic and consequently agree that the European Union should have more competences to deal with the pandemic. In Malta, the citizens who agreed with such a statement is overwhelming (87%).
The majority of respondents (54%) also think that the European Union should have greater financial means to tackle the consequences of the pandemic. Locally, respondents agreed more strongly than the EU average (69%)
It is important to note that European Union citizens overwhelmingly agree (77%) that EU funds aimed at tackling the crisis should only go to Member States with a functioning judicial system respecting shared European values.
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