Young Britain revealed as Euro-sceptic bastion

8th November 1996 at 00:00
National identity may be a hot political issue, but researchers found apathy among pupils.

PERCENTAGE OF 14 TO 16 YEAR OLDS WHO SEE THEMSELVES AS 'TOTALLY EUROPEAN':

The Netherlands (90)

Spain (68)

Germany (63)

Italy (55)

France (42)

England (19).

Source: Pupils' perceptions of Europe: identity and education 1996.

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