More than 60 percent of citizens would support Montenegro’s entry into the European Union (EU) in a referendum, almost a third of them believe that Montenegro is moving as fast as circumstances allow and that they expect the country to become a member of the Union by 2025, and more than half believe that young people would benefit from joining the community.
This was announced at the press conference of the Center for Democracy and Human Rights (CEDEM), on the occasion of marking Europe Day and presenting the results of public opinion polls on the attitudes and knowledge of citizens about the negotiation process of Montenegro with the EU and the EU in general. 773 respondents participated in the research, and it was conducted from April 15 to 30 this year.
Director of CEDEM, Milena Bešić, and project coordinator, Marko Pejović, and you can download the presentation by clicking on the following link: file:///C:/Users/Marko%20CEDEM/Downloads/Rezultati%20istra%C5%BEivanja%20Javnog%20mnjenja-%20Stavovi%20gra%C4%91ana%20i%20procesu%20Evropske%20Integracije.%20(3).pdf
The research was conducted within the project “Education and Dialogue to the EU”, which was financially supported by the Ministry of Public Administration.