According to it, the majority of Europeans support Ukraine’s accession to the European Union (EU) and their readiness to accept refugees also remains high, the institution quoted by the television in this capital.
However, in all the countries of the Community, the number of those who approve the supply of arms is decreasing, the authors of the study assured.
Thus, in Germany, in March, 57% of those surveyed approved military assistance, while in September, that number dropped to 48%. In France, the figure fell from 67% to 54%, and in Spain, from 66% to 57%.
According to the survey, military supplies are most supported in Poland (76%), and least – in Italy (36%).
Overall, military assistance is supported by half of Europeans, which is six percentage points less than in March, the agency added.
Recently, the Bloomberg agency, citing polls, reported that the rising cost of living and rising energy prices worry Europeans more than the support for Ukraine.