The overall increase in support for more EU involvement in economic policy is six percentage points. This EU-level trend is shared by almost all Member States. The most significant increase is registered in Poland (increase of 14 percentage points), Germany and Romania (increase of 13 percentage points in each country). There are four exceptions to the general trend. In France, Italy and Estonia, there is a marginal fall, whereas in Finland there is a 5 percentage point decrease.
Expectations for more EU action than at present: percentage points difference between 2016 and 2018
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