At the aggregate level, MPs are generally in favour of an EU fund compensating member states and local communities for the costs of intra-EU migration. There are, however, notable differences at the country level.
Six MPs out of ten in our pooled sample are in favour of the introduction of Eurobonds, a figure slightly higher than what is observed among voters (56%). However, in Germany, Poland, and Sweden, a clear majority of MPs (70% on average) does not support the introduction of Eurobonds.
The REScEU Mass and Elite surveys do not only tap individuals' and MPs' general attitudes towards integration and solidarity, but also gauge mass and elites' preferences for specific policies aimed at fostering pan-European solidarity.