43 Percent of People Support Serbia's EU Membership, 32 Percent Against | Beta Briefing

43 Percent of People Support Serbia's EU Membership, 32 Percent Against

Source: Beta
News / Politics | 26.01.23 | access_time 18:03

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Serbia's membership in the European Union is supported by 43 percent of Serbian citizens, one third are against, while two thirds support the reforms required for membership, according to results of the latest opinion poll carried out by the Ministry for European Integration, which were published on Jan. 26.

If a referendum were to be held tomorrow with the question "Do you support Serbia's membership in the EU?," 43 percent of Serbian citizens would vote in favor, 32 percent against, 13 percent would not vote, while 12 percent do not know what their vote would be. These are the results of the opinion poll titled "European orientation of Serbian citizens."

Two thirds of those who participated in the poll believe that the reforms required for the country's admission into the EU should be carried out, for the benefit of the people and the creation of a better and more organized Serbia. In the question about donations earmarked for development in the period from 2000 to this day, 28 percent recognized the EU as the biggest donor, followed by China, Russia and Norway.

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