According to the latest Eurobarometer poll, 74 percent of EU citizens approve of the EU’s support for Ukraine following the Russian invasion. The proportion is lower among Hungarians, but still more than half of the population agrees.
Eurobarometer conducted the survey between 12 October and 7 November. 74 percent of EU citizens approved of the European Union’s support for Ukraine following the Russian invasion.
The highest proportions of people in Sweden (97 percent), Finland (95 percent), the Netherlands (93 percent), Portugal (92 percent) and Denmark (92 percent) agreed with the EU’s decisions, Euronews.hu reports.
However, among Hungarians, it was below the EU average, with 59 percent in favour of the EU standing by Ukraine, napi.hu reports.
The survey asked which values the European Parliament should focus on protecting. The most common answer was democracy (36 percent), followed by human rights (29 percent) and freedom of expression and thought (28 percent).