Erasmus Generation Survey

More than two-thirds of young people across the European Union (EU) have a positive view of the bloc and the values that it stands for such as peace, diversity and unity. Only 14 percent have a negative view of the EU, according to a new survey which asked young people from across the 28 member states what the Union means to them, and what the top priorities should be for European leaders over the next five years.

The Erasmus Generation Survey, carried out by ThinkYoung, a Brussels-based youth think tank, and Burson-Marsteller,  invited 1,500 young Europeans to respond to a 15-question online questionnaire. The aim is to highlight the values of people aged 18 to 40 and to contribute to the direction of future European policy by calling on those in office to act.

Erasmus Generation Survey from Burson-Marsteller

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