|Author (Corporate)||European Commission: DG Communication|
|Series Title||Flash Eurobarometer|
|Series Details||No.183, June 2006|
The European Commission requested this third Eurobarometer survey in the recently acceded Member States on public attitudes to and knowledge of the introduction of the euro. It was conducted by Gallup Europe in April 2006. The previous two surveys had been carried out in September 2004 and 2005.
Despite a widespread belief to the contrary among their citizens, the New Member States of the
There is no common strategy or fixed timetable with regard to the introduction of the euro in each of
The New Member States are committed to adopt the euro as part of their accession to the EU. At
Concerning the introduction of the euro in the new EU countries, the European Commission is keeping track of general opinion, of levels of knowledge and information and familiarity with the single currency of citizens of the New Member States.
The main themes in the report are the following:
− levels of knowledge and experience of the euro among citizens of the New Member States
− feelings as regards being informed - and the most favoured channels of information
− perceptions of the single currency
− expectations and fears concerning the adoptation of the euro
|Subject Categories||Economic and Financial Affairs|
|Countries / Regions||Cyprus, Czechia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia|