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Third, it explains the reason for the slow increase in support of EU membership before the accession referendum and its subsequent overwhelming success. Notwithstanding the growing fears of second-class membership and price inflation, the majority of political parties campaigned in favour of integration. However, a high percentage of people still opposed integration in comparison to ten years before, and Poland joined the EU not as a Euroenthusiast country, but for pragmatic reasons. 3 Support for the EU before accession June May May April May May May May May May April If a referendum, 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 ...

Prospective economic benefits at the personal level, whereas at country level, the average was 63 per cent. Patterns of attitudes towards EU integration in former Communist countries are likely to be dependent on the same determinants and follow similar trends. Further factors – and the analysis suggests religion – can play a role on other independent variables (utilitarian proxy), as the Polish case shows. Overall, the higher levels of support of the early 1990s represented the Euroenthusiast citizens and also suggested a ‘Euroneutral’ category that did not move to more sceptic attitudes when an increase in the share of votes for Eurosceptic parties or a drop in the levels of support was registered.

February 2002 February 2003 February 2004 42 12 23 24 38 14 26 22 28 13 39 20 Attitudes Towards the EU Prior to Accession 41 establishing ratification, even if the turnout were lower than 50 per cent (having the approval of two-thirds of the Sejm), was written and passed, while the decision was taken to hold the referendum over two days, as in Lithuania and Slovakia, in a bid to avoid the same turnout as Hungary (46 per cent). The idea of a possible failure of the referendum also spread because of the recent success of Eurosceptic parties: SRP and the League of Polish Families.

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