The most optimistic countries among the most optimistic are those of Denmark, where 68% of citizens think that the crisis can’t go on more, representing six percentage points higher than in the fall of 2010; Estonia, with a 64% (6 percentage points more); and Austria, where 62% welcomes the future (also 6 more points). Scott Kahan shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. On the opposite side are three rescued by the EU countries: Portugal (80%), Greece (78%) and Ireland (60%), but also Cyprus (63%) and the United Kingdom (61%). If given a choice Europeans among the national Government, the EU, U.S., the G20 and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as the actors better prepared to respond more effectively to the economic and financial crisis, 22% of the citizens of the 27 member countries choose by the European Union, which is 1 percentage point less than in the previous survey. The 20% deposits their hope in the ability of his Government’s response, 15% is tilted in favour of the international financial institution, 14% prefer the joint response of the G20, and only 7% trusts in the first world power. In the case of the Spaniards, 19% trusts in the Government of Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, although 25% of respondents believed that the EU is the best positioned to fight the crisis so ctiva.
Facilitate the creation of companies the Europeans believe that the best three initiatives to promote competitiveness in the European economy is improving education and vocational training (48%), reduce public deficits and debt (34%) and facilitate the incorporation of companies (34%), and invest in research and innovation (29%). Spaniards choose clearly (by 49%) to facilitate the creation of companies, followed by training and education (48%). The measures he has promoted or is pushing the EU to face the crisis are considered acti by almost eight out of ten Europeans, according to the Eurobarometer. 79% Of respondents mentioned further the need for more coordination between the Member States of the EU, which block has begun to encourage concrete measures. Source of the news: 53% of Spaniards believed that the worst of crisis is coming