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May 8, 2021
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Most Romanians find EU accession beneficial

A majority of Romanian (63 pc) nationals believe the country’s accession to the European Union was a good thing for the Romanian economy, however they say they are personally affected by the glo­bal economic crisis and would like the EU to have a grea­­­ter global influence, GMF Transatlantic Trends 2010 survey suggests. The GMF polls also shows that 58 per cent of Roma­nians think the US should exert a major influence and play a leading role worldwide. As for relations with the EU, 70 per cent of Romanians believe the bloc should undertake the role as a global leader.

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