Because of the pandemic in the fashion industry, the EU is faced with an unprecedented crisis. The Euronews TV channel in partnership with research company Redfield&Wilton Strategies conducted a survey in several countries to find out what the people of Europe about the reaction of national governments and Brussels.
The views of respondents from Germany are different from the point of view of the respondents in Italy, France and Spain. 58% of respondents from Germany approve of the actions taken by the government, while in Spain 60% of negative assessments of government decisions. In France such 57%, and in Italy, opinion was divided about equally.
Differences on the issue of aid to the affected countries and recovery of the economy showed that between members of the EU there are deep divisions. But according to the survey, the majority of respondents in favour of a United Europe. If a referendum was held on membership in the EU, 67% of Germans would vote for community, Spain — 63% and in Italy 43% of supporters of the EU.
However, only in Spain the majority of respondents believe that EU membership has had a positive impact on their country. In this issue overcome doubts about equally the inhabitants of Germany and France. Almost a third of respondents in Italy say about the negative consequences.
But against this background, the respondents state that, in health issues in the future required a coordinated response at the European level.
This was stated by 70% of respondents in Spain, 65% in Germany, less so in Italy and France.
Europe is preparing for a possible second wave of the coronavirus and the EU leaders need to think things over in order to meet the expectations of the European residents, who say that the authorities need to avoid repeating mistakes.