Plenary Insights – March II 2019
DG Communication is continuously monitoring public opinion by conducting regular Eurobarometer surveys in all 28 EU Member States. This newsletter aims at providing general public with the most recent Eurobarometer data on key topics of this week’s plenary agenda.
Although this service cannot be fully exhaustive, as not all items on the plenary agenda have been the subject of a recent Eurobarometer survey, we can offer fresh survey data on the following items of the plenary session:
- Conclusions of the European Council meeting of 21 and 22 March 2019
- Reduction of the impact of certain plastic products on the environment
- Supply of digital content and online sales of goods
- Report on financial crimes, tax evasion and tax avoidance
- ‘Erasmus’: The Union programme for education, training, youth, and sport
Parliament’s Eurobarometer surveys cover a wide range of issues. They focus primarily on the European citizens’ knowledge of the European Parliament and their perceptions of the EU and its main policy challenges. Expectations
in view of the European elections, of the European Parliament and the European integration in general also form part of the face-to-face interviews conducted with more than 27.000 respondents. Together with the Eurobarometer surveys conducted
by the European Commission, the data available allows for a detailed and up-to-date insight into citizens’ opinions, expectations and perceptions.