European Union

Which countries feel they've benefitted from the EU?

People wave an European Union flag in front of the Palace of Culture during a EU parade in Warsaw May 15, 2005. A few hundred people marched through the Polish capital to celebrate European unity and express support for Ukraine's' EU ambitions before the Council of Europe Heads of State and Government Summit, held on May 16 and 17 in Warsaw. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz PP05060270  PK/JOH

The EU has suffered intense doubt. But some countries, such as Ireland, feel that joining benefited them. Image: REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz

Niall McCarthy
Data Journalist, Statista
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