To investigate the REScEU fourth divide, between integration and autonomy, we asked respondents whether and to what extent they would like to see more or less European integration, by positioning themselves on a scale from 0 to 10.
Public attitudes on the freedom of movement across EU borders were tapped through two different questions. The first asks how freely EU citizens should be allowed to enter the labour market of another member state
This question aims to investigate respondents’ opinions on the first of REScEU's four divides, which separates actors and ideas supporting Europe as a neoliberal and market-enhancing project, from those in favour of correcting market forces in the name of solidarity.
«In my research on intra EU migration, I have indeed found that what I call “EU-politan” experiences and cross-national contacts to reduce chauvinist dispositions»