Croatians believe the EU more than their own Government, parliament
More than half of respondents in this survey against the euro (54%)
It is no big secret that Croatians do not think highly of the institutions of their country, but the latest Eurobarometer results show that Croatia has the lowest level of public confidence in state institutions among the EU member countries. Only 13% of respondents have confidence in the Government and the Sabor – less than the citizens of any other EU member country. It is also interesting that more than half of respondents in this survey were against the euro adoption (54%).