Most Poles against common currency adoption

Written by on April 2, 2013 in Europe, News - No comments

While Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk last week offered a legal solution that would allow the nation to vote on the euro adoption in a referendum surveys suggest that most of the country’s 38 million people would say no.

Only 29 per cent of Poles would like to swap zloty with euro and 64 per cent would not, though the number of opponents slightly fell from 2012, a recent CBOS poll showed.

Read the full story at The Warsaw Voice.

(Photo: Steve Ford/sxc.hu)

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