16%
Yes
84%
No
13%
Yes
73%
No
3%
Yes, but maintain free trade agreements with EU nations
11%
No, but renegotiate for strict limits on migration into the country and the terms of our monetary contributions
0%
No, but renegotiate the terms of our monetary contributions

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 @99C5FW2from Ontario answered…1yr1Y

No, but renegotiate to prevent the possibility of joining a United States of Europe, if one eventually comes to exist

 @95DJ7T7answered…2yrs2Y

Si, parallelamente alla gestione democratica e pianificata dell’economia

 @952BGJLanswered…2yrs2Y

No, but renegotiate EU structure and increase each country autonomy in economic policies

 @94Y8WH9answered…2yrs2Y

No, Italy can't afford to renegotiate all its deals. As things are, it is better to work from within the EU for needed reforms and funds.

 @94SZH6Zanswered…2yrs2Y

No, but Europe should be reorganised in a real union in which all countries have the same decisional power, and where there aren’t countries with greater or lesser importance

 @93WZ7TGanswered…2yrs2Y

no because if we exit from EU there can e negative economics and others negative conseguences for our country

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