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  • 1. Perceptions of the EU in Morocco A loyal partner: opinion poll reveals overwhelming support for EU inMorocco Loyal and faithful to its values: this was one of the recurring associations madeby opinion leaders in Morocco regarding the European Union. This was just oneof the findings of a wide-ranging survey carried out as part of the OpinionPolling and Research (OPPOL) project, funded under the 2007-2010European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument (ENPI) regionalinformation and communication programme. The survey aimed to generate better information about awareness,understanding and perception of the EU and the role it plays in Morocco. The firstphase was a baseline study, which interviewed opinion leaders to evaluate theirperception, knowledge and appraisal of the EU. The second phase involved anopinion poll which questioned members of the general public. The overwhelming majority of respondents have an extremely positiveassessmentof the EU and its relations with Morocco, far above the average forthe countries of the southern Mediterranean. Furthermore, a full 100% of opinionleaders and 79% of the general public feel the EUs involvement in Morocco isappropriate. (ENPI Info Centre)02-02-2011(http://www.enpi-info.eu/mainmed.php?id=173&id_type=3) Page 1