Annual Survey 2022: Belarus
November 30, 2022

Annual Survey 2022: Belarus

This ‘Annual Survey 2022 – Belarus. Perception of the European Union’ was carried out by the EU regional Communication Programme for the Eastern Neighbourhood (EU NEIGHBOURS east). The survey was conducted in June-July 2022 through an online panel survey.

While Belarusians acknowledge the slump in their country’s relations with the EU (only 16% feel their country has good relations with the EU this year, down from a high of 62% in 2019 and compared to 45% who admit relations are bad), more Belarusians trust the EU (38%) than do not (31%), and the EU is still more trusted than any other international organisation, including the Eurasian Economic Union (trusted by 33% of respondents).



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