Public opinion on European Union enlargement
Centre for the Study of Public Policy, University of Strathclyde, 2001 - Law - 44 pages
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34 per cent absolute majority Accession countries Belarus Bulgaria Byelorussian Central and Eastern Central Europe Central European buffer Christian Haerpfer core group countries Croatia country joining CSPP Czech Republic Democracies Barometer Diff Eastern Europe educational strata EU-citizens EU-image EU-support European buffer zone European integration European Union favour of EU-accession Federal Republic Federation Survey 1994 gender gap group of support highest level Hungarian Hungary identify with Europe income quartile inhabitants joining the European level of education level of support mass public Paul Lazarsfeld Poland Polish population positive impressions post-Communist citizens post-Communist countries post-Communist Europe primary education quartile Republic of Yugoslavia Richard Rose Romania round of enlargement RUSSIA BAROMETER Russian Federation Survey Serbia and Montenegro share of Europeans Slovak Slovakia Slovenia South-East-Europe strongly in favour support for EU-accession support for EU-membership support the EU-accession support the integration Ukraine University of Strathclyde urban-rural cleavage VCIOM wave of enlargement whereas William Mishler Yugoslavia