May 13, 2013

Decreasing Faith in the European Union

Germans More Positive about Economy

Since the euro crisis began in 2008, attitudes toward the economy have plummeted in most European countries, except Germany. After an initial dip, the German mood has rebounded and three-quarters of the population now think their economy is doing well. Meanwhile, just 4% of the Spanish say economic conditions in Spain are good, down sharply from 65% in 2007.