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25 Years of the V4 as Seen by the Public



25 Years of the V4 as Seen by the Public

May 26th, 2016

In the context of this year's 25th anniversary of the foundation of the Visegrad Group, the International Visegrad Fund commissioned and financed a series of representatives opinion surveys in all V4 countries with the principle aim to find out about the state of play of the regional cooperation as reflected by the general public.


The surveys were coordinated by Bratislava-based Institute for Public Affairs and conducted by opinion pollsters in all four V4 countries in the spring/summer 2015.


Among other findings, the surveys show that the highest level of awareness of the V4 and Visegrad cooperation is in Slovakia: 54% of Slovak respondents said they heard of the Visegrad Group and knew what it was about, compared to 37% of the Czechs, 26% of the Hungarians, and only 17% of the Poles. This fact reflects a strong interest of Slovak political representation in intense political cooperation within the V4 that can be “traced” back to the period when Slovakia struggled to return to the road of EU integration after the 1998 parliamentary elections.





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