Euroscepticism has quick misplaced assist in Denmark as the results of Britain’s vote for Brexit turn into clearer, new polling counsel.
However a brand new ballot for Danish public broadcaster DR performed by Epinion discovered Danes’ attitudes have softened fairly dramatically for the reason that Brexit vote.
Voters now say they might reject a referendum on leaving by 55 per cent to 27 per cent – a 28 per cent hole in favour of the EU.
This compares to polling performed in 2016 by the identical firm earlier than the EU referendum that discovered the end result can be a lot nearer – 44 per cent to 37 per cent, simply 7 per cent.
The earlier, extra slim hole in public opinion was just like the one which the Go away marketing campaign needed to bridge within the Brexit referendum.
Like Britain, Denmark has its personal opt-outs from utilizing the European single forex and different EU companies.
Rising pro-EU sentiment in Denmark just isn’t remoted: the common eurobarometer ballot performed by the European Fee in August discovered that extra Europeans than ever say they really feel like EU residents.
As Britain heads in direction of the exit door the remainder of the continent feels extra optimistic about European identification than ever, with a stable 68 per cent of the inhabitants telling the common Eurobarometer ballot that they “really feel they’re a citizen of the EU”.
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There have been additionally sharp rises in optimism in regards to the EU throughout the board, however particularly in France, the place new president Emmanuel Macron noticed off a far-right challenger, and Portugal, whose authorities has ended austerity and kick-started progress with an funding programme.
Apart from the instance of Brexit, the brand new figures additionally come amid a stable enhance in progress and different financial indicators throughout the continent.
In Britain there was little vital motion within the referendum voting intention polls since voters determined to depart by 52 per cent to 48 per cent in June 2016.