Students of 4 involved schools in theproject „EUROPEAN CITIZENSHIP –EUROPEAN IDENTITY“ had a surveyabout European citizenship. 28students took part in this survey andthey answered 5 questions. Here arethe results of the survey.
QUESTION 2:DO YOU FEEL PRO-EUROPEAN?A) YES 26 89 %B) NO 1 5.5%C) I AM NOT SURE 1 5.5%
QUESTION 3:DO YOU THINK THE EUROPEAN UNIONOFFERS ITS CITIZENS ENOUGHRIGHTS?A) YES 20 71 %B) NO 6 21 %C) I DON´T KNOW 2 8 %
QUESTION 4:DO YOU AGREE WITH THISSTATEMENT? "EUROPEANCITIZENSHIP IS THE SYNONYM OF THEEUROPEAN IDENTITIY"?A) YES 12 43 %B) NO 5 18 %C) I DON´T KNOW 11 39 %
QUESTION 5:I LIKE THE TOPIC OF THE PROJECT"EUROPE@N CITIZENSHIP =EUROPE@N IDENTITIY"A) YES 26 89 %B) NO 1 5.5%C) I DON´T KNOW 1 5.5 %
Unfortunately there was not the same amout of studentsfrom each country who took part in this survey. But i tispossible to say that most students feel they are pro-European and they think European citizenship is theimportant issue, most of them like the topic of the project. Only one student from Austria took part in this survey, butAustrian students were discussing about the Europeancitizenship and citizesnhip in general and they found outthey feel local, then Austrian and finally Europeans. Both national and European identity is really important forour young generation, they have to have positiverelationship to place where they were born, where theylive and they move.