The Conservative Party has gained three points since mid-January, while support for Labour has dropped by the same margin.
Issue: European UnionRSS
Most respondents believe membership has been negative for the UK, and almost half would vote to remove the country from the continental group.
Only one-in-twenty respondents would like to see the United Kingdom adopt the euro as its currency.
Only one third of respondents believe EU membership has been positive for the United Kingdom.
Three-in-five respondents believe EU membership has been negative for their country.
Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) played a key role in last months election, and now steers the country into a unique referendum.
Mario Canseco – The year 2010 promises to be particularly important for Slovakia. The country has effectively enacted a power shift after last month’s legislative election, and is just weeks away from a referendum that could significantly alter the way national lawmakers are elected.
(Angus Reid Global Monitor) – Half of people in Russia would agree with their country’s potential accession to the European Union (EU), according to a poll by Yury Levada Analytical Center. 50 per cent of respondents think the country should enter the EU, down nine points since December 2004.
(Angus Reid Global Monitor) – People in Sweden are turning their backs on the idea of joining the eurozone, and with a legislative election due in September, politicians are steering clear of any discussions on whether the krona should be abandoned.
(Angus Reid Global Monitor) – A new poll suggests that Spain’s opposition conservative Popular Party (PP) would defeat the governing Socialist Workers’ Party (PSOE) in the next general election. In addition, the PP has found strength in areas of the European country that have historically voted left, including five autonomous communities where it currently sits in opposition.
(Angus Reid Global Monitor) – The new governing party in Hungary begins its tenure with overwhelming popularity, but amidst growing concerns that the country may be the next one to be affected by a severe financial crisis.