Looking in particular at EU action in the field of the fight against tax fraud, 27 % of Europeans evaluate it as adequate. The support for this positive evaluation of the EU’s involvement in this policy area has increased by five percentage points. The share of people who consider EU involvement to be insufficient has decreased from 66 % to 57 % – a drop of nine percentage points. Nevertheless, the share of people who are not satisfied with the current level of EU involvement is still considerably larger than those who evaluate it as sufficient. The trend of improved perception of EU involvement is almost universal. It is seen to the largest degree in Romania and Hungary (an increase of 18 percentage points in each of the countries). The opposite trend is registered in only two Member States – the UK (decrease of five percentage points) and Malta (decrease of three percentage points).