less than one-third of danes have been happier for the EU-membership as a consequence of brexit, concludes the analysis.
the Danes have become more EU-happy as a result of brexit.
It concludes an analysis from the Danish Occupation based on a representative survey carried out by Norstat.
- the Tracks from brexit fears. It looks not very nice out for the british to step out of the collaboration on the way, says Lasse Heidemann Hamilton, who is the UNION commander in the Danish business.
32 percent of the danes have thus been more positive than for the EU as a consequence of brexit, while 12 percent have become more negative, concludes the analysis.
the Study is based on responses from 1005 the danes, of which 46 percent have an unchanged position.
Statistics in the EU-the system has previously received criticism, according to the Newspaper Information in the beginning of december, revealed the problematic response rates in the EU's official opinion polls.
the Analysis from the Danish business world, however, will be the seal of approval by Kasper Møller Hansen, who is a professor at the Department of Political science at the University of Copenhagen, denmark.
- the Study is basically fine, and so is the methodological thing might be more of a diskussionssag, he says.
the Analysis concludes, among other things, that 74 percent of danes believe that Denmark should continue to be in the european UNION.
Furthermore, 71 percent, that Denmark should not go in the Uk's footsteps and leave the union.
Kasper Møller Hansen notes that in some of the questions do not take into account other factors, such as brexit has affected - for example, changes in political attitudes among the Danish parties.
Thus set it a paragraph, not necessarily uncover all factors, and not general practice at the University of Copenhagen, says.
- instead, to test the premise, as it puts the premise into the question. It wont we actually write in the textbooks to the students, that one should not do, he says.
Lasse Heidemann Hamilton also recognize that there are several factors that can come into play. He highlights the uncertainties around, for example, Donald Trump, and Vladimir Putin.
- It comes of course on top, while at the same time you can see all the unpleasant effects of brexit, he says.
The maximum uncertainty in the sample with over 1000 respondents is 3.1 percent, according to the survey.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 21 December 2019, 07:00