According to a poll conducted by the Nezopont Institute in ten Central Eastern European countries (including Hungary), 49% of Central Europeans were dissatisfied with the European Union’s leadership.
The polls shows that 53% said things are going in the wrong direction, but still 73% wanted to stay in the EU.
18% wanted their country to leave the union. 31% of Czechs, 25% of Croatians, 23-23% of Germans and Slovaks shared this opinion. Austrians (86%) and Poles (84%) supported the membership the most. 71% of Hungarians wants to stay in the EU.