Additional analyses, links to other relevant polls and studies

REFERENCE 20 May, 2019

Europeans Express Support for EU and a Fear of War in Pre-Election Survey

Young people in particular say that war in Europe could happen

REFERENCE Europeans Express Support for EU and a Fear of War in Pre-Election Survey

ANALYSIS 13 May, 2019

How Brexit Will Affect the European Parliament Election

And how the European Parliament vote will impact Brexit

By Sara Hobolt

ANALYSIS How Brexit Will Affect the European Parliament Election

REFERENCE 6 May, 2019

Liberal and Illiberal Currents Vie in Europe’s Demos

Pew survey finds that social conditions affect attitudes about democracy

REFERENCE Liberal and Illiberal Currents Vie in Europe’s Demos

REFERENCE 29 Apr, 2019

Survey Shows EU’s Approval at Record High

Europeans want the European Parliament more involved in crossborder issues

REFERENCE Survey Shows EU’s Approval at Record High

REFERENCE 22 Apr, 2019

Eurobarometer on New Online Benefits

The crossborder portability regulation enables access to online content services across the EU

REFERENCE Eurobarometer on New Online Benefits

REFERENCE 15 Apr, 2019

Domestic Issues More Critical to EU Voters Than Immigration

Recent polling shows that unemployment and corruption top concerns

REFERENCE Domestic Issues More Critical to EU Voters Than Immigration

ANALYSIS 8 Apr, 2019

Elections in Transition?

The European Elections 2019

By Kai-Uwe Schnapp

ANALYSIS Elections in Transition?

ANALYSIS 1 Apr, 2019

Why Not Europe First?

A Europe-wide party system could counter “my nation first” campaigns

By Thomas König

ANALYSIS Why Not Europe First?

REFERENCE 25 Mar, 2019

Europeans Hold Differentiated Views of the EU

But most see it positively and as a force for stability, shows new Pew survey

REFERENCE Europeans Hold Differentiated Views of the EU

REFERENCE 18 Mar, 2019

The Collaborative Economy is Catching on, if Slowly

Nearly a quarter of Europeans have used such platforms

REFERENCE The Collaborative Economy is Catching on, if Slowly

ANALYSIS 14 Mar, 2019

Misperceptions of Immigration

Falsehoods and cliches could tip the EP election

By Virginie Guiraudon

ANALYSIS Misperceptions of Immigration

ANALYSIS 4 Mar, 2019

Engaging with Globalization’s Losers?

No easy job for established parties

By Stefanie Walter

ANALYSIS Engaging with Globalization’s Losers?

REFERENCE 25 Feb, 2019

Europeans Alarmed about Sanctity of Democracy and Elections

Top concerns: cyberattacks, covert influence of foreign actors

REFERENCE Europeans Alarmed about Sanctity of Democracy and Elections

REFERENCE 18 Feb, 2019

EU Parliament Election in May Could Spell Trouble for Europe’s Big Parties

Conservatives and Social Democrats look set to lose out

REFERENCE EU Parliament Election in May Could Spell Trouble for Europe’s Big Parties

REFERENCE 11 Feb, 2019

Europeans Back EU Space Program

Even if they admit that they know little about it

REFERENCE Europeans Back EU Space Program

REFERENCE 4 Feb, 2019

About Half of all Europeans Think Antisemitism a Serious Problem, Finds Poll

Only one in four believes that the Holocaust is adequately taught in schools

REFERENCE About Half of all Europeans Think Antisemitism a Serious Problem, Finds Poll

REFERENCE 29 Jan, 2019

EU Agriculture Policy Gets Passing Grades

Citizens think CAP help secure a stable supply of food in the EU

REFERENCE EU Agriculture Policy Gets Passing Grades

REFERENCE 21 Jan, 2019

Despite its Troubles, the Euro is More Popular Than Ever

Central Europeans see the European economy positively

REFERENCE Despite its Troubles, the Euro is More Popular Than Ever

ANALYSIS 14 Jan, 2019

Is Openness an Opportunity or a Threat?

Globalization is widening divisions in societies around the world

By Philipp Hübl

ANALYSIS Is Openness an Opportunity or a Threat?

REFERENCE 8 Jan, 2019

Europeans Overwhelmingly Appreciate Border-Free Travel

The EU’s external borders, however, require more security, they say

REFERENCE Europeans Overwhelmingly Appreciate Border-Free Travel

REFERENCE 20 Dec, 2018

New Survey of Europe's Far Right Voters

In Germany and France, disorientation, not racism, explains the hard-right vote

REFERENCE New Survey of Europe's Far Right Voters

Analysis 17 Dec, 2018

What can we expect from
the 2019 EU elections?

In an age of populism, news media coverage of the campaign will be critical

By Claes de Vreese

Analysis What can we expect from the 2019 EU elections?

REFERENCE 5 Dec, 2018

Europeans are convinced of climate change

But it doesn't determine their political preferences

REFERENCE Europeans are convinced of climate change

Analysis 26 Nov, 2018

What Sort of Europe?

It's not a simple question of exit or remain, but rather of the kind of EU we want

Catherine E. de Vries & Isabell Hoffmann