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Two out of three Slovaks think it was right to enter EU

TWO out of three Slovaks said the country's entry into the European Union (EU) four years ago was the right move, according to the results of a new poll by the FOCUS agency conducted between April 1 and 8 on a sample of 1,080 respondents, the SITA newswire wrote.

TWO out of three Slovaks said the country's entry into the European Union (EU) four years ago was the right move, according to the results of a new poll by the FOCUS agency conducted between April 1 and 8 on a sample of 1,080 respondents, the SITA newswire wrote.

A little more than 17 percent of respondents said that entering the EU was a mistake.
The number of people who believe that EU membership brings Slovakia more advantages than disadvantages has grown since 2005 from 25 percent to 35 percent.

And the number of people who think that the EU membership presents more disadvantages has dropped moderately. Three years ago, it was 18.7 percent. It's now 16.8 percent.

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