The differences in the evaluation of current EU involvement in the fight against unemployment amongst different Member States are very high. The share of citizens sharing positive evaluations vary between as high as 61 % in the Czech Republic and 50 % in Poland, to as low as 6 % in Greece.
The increase in the share of Europeans who evaluate EU action in the fight against unemployment as adequate is six percentage points. This trend is almost universal across the entire EU, with the Member States with the most significantly improved evaluation being Hungary (23 percentage point increase) and Poland (22 percentage point increase). The only Member State in which significantly fewer people evaluate EU action on fighting unemployment positively is Malta (13 percentage point decrease).