Thank you for taking the time to follow and fill out our first, shortened, chain of thoughts.
- Do you want a better world?
- Do you think a better world is possible?
- Does a better Europe contribute to a better world? - results
- Does Europe have the potential to be better? - results
- Can public opinion shape Europa's potential? - results
This brief sequence of questions reflects the basic considerations of EurOpinion, which we believe may coincide with those of many people. The first two questions are so obvious, that it didn't seem necessary to ask them explicitely in this round.
This dream of a "better world" is surely abstract, possibly vague and, according to some, no more than idealistic utopia. Nevertheless, it is a dream that is shared by almost all of humanity.
EurOpinion firmly believes that it is possible, through public surveys and refining the questions in a continuous way, to reach the essence of this collective feeling and make it concrete. This may lead to practical and tangible answers that can guide us in real life as individuals and as society, whether in a quotidian, spiritual or political sense. We consider Europa to be a fertile environment for this, with also the potential to pass it on to the rest of the World.
We also believe that it is plausible to summerize the path between our participants and that better world in the mentioned just three steps. This may be shorter than many people think and precisely because of this we hope it is an incentive for you to also take the first step, especially now with the opportunity of positive change that the European elections offer us in May of this year 2019 (23 - 26, depending on the country).
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The EurOpinion platform is at the disposal of its participants to try to find out together the real interests, values and priorities of Europeans, expressed as public opinion, and with it seek to help politicians to conduct Europa's potential towards a better world.
At present, EurOpinion is and individual initiative with limited time and programming know-how (Drupal), but under insistent development. With patience and constructive feedback of the visitors the structure, navigation and contents will continuously be improved. Your suggestions are welcome (including your own questions for polls)