POLL PANNING: ‘United States Of Europe’ MASSIVELY Rejected Across Europe
Remember Martin Schulz? The German Social Democrat leader told the world he wanted a ‘United States Of Europe’ by 2025, established by a new take-it-or-leave-it treaty. However, a new poll has revealed that most Europeans would in-fact like to leave it.
YouGov surveyed 8,138 people earlier this month and the results showed disapproval for the project in six European Union member states. In fact, the French were the only nation who came out in favour of Mr Schulz’s nightmare vision.
Even in Germany, alongside France, the cornerstone of the Union, the 33% disapproving eclipsed the 30% who approved. A result which begs the question that if not even his own constituency will support Mr Schulz how does he expect anyone else too? Clearly, as shown by the recent spectacular election success of the Eurosceptic AfD, the German people are saying they have had enough of being dictated too by Eurocrats as much as the rest of the continent.
In Finland and Sweden, there was strong disapproval, only 13 % of people supported it, compared to 48 and 56 % of people respectively who disapproved. Denmark and Norway both saw 12 per cent approval with disapproval at 48 per cent and 55 per cent. Only 10% approved in the United Kingdom while 43% disapproved.
France, the only nation to approve, did so by the slenderest of margins. Approval for the project was registered at 28% compared to 26% disapproving.
Overall, the message is clear to Mr Schulz and it is a massive two-fingered salute from the people of Europe to his pipedream of a deeper European dictatorship which is in practice what his proposals would mean.