ANSA: 65% of Italians back euro, but just 44% would vote 'remain'

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Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome; Number of undecided over EU membership referendum 32% Foto: Pierre-Selim Huard/Wikimedia Commons Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome; Number of undecided over EU membership referendum 32% Foto: Pierre-Selim Huard/Wikimedia Commons

In Italy 65% of people are in favour of the euro, but far fewer, only 43%, are convinced about the benefits of belonging to the European Union, according to the latest Eurobarometer survey.

The is well down on the European average of 68% who believe their countries benefit from being in the EU. Furthermore, if Italy held a referendum on EU membership, only 44% said they would vote to remain, compared to an EU average of 66%, according to the poll conducted between September 8 and 26, 2018, by Kantar Public.

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