Euroscepticism on the rise in EU: Poll
PARIS (AFP) - Euroscepticism is on the rise in Germany, France, Italy and Spain, an opinion poll published by the French daily La Croix showed on Tuesday.
Most people questioned still consider membership of the 28-member European Union to be a good thing, according to the poll carried out by the Ifop institute, five years after the start of the lingering debt crisis.
However, there are growing levels of euroscepticism.
In Spain, 37 percent of respondents said EU membership was a bad thing, up from 26 percent in June 2012, rising to 43 percent in France (from 38 percent), 44 percent in eurozone powerhouse Germany (from 36 percent)and 45 percent in Italy (from 39 percent).