* ER- According to a survey carried out in November by the polling agency, TNS Emor, 41 percent of Estonia's residents are in favour of the planned introduction of the Euro, while 54 percent are against it.
Supporters of the common currency prevail among respondents with a higher education.
Respondents who have a higher-than-average income and those younger than 35 were divided roughly in half over their support for the common currency.
Support for the euro was lowest among Russian-speakers and people aged over 51.
While support for the Euro has declined among most other socio-economic groups last month, support for the Euro by people with a higher education has grown by 8 percent.
The survey revealed that Estonians are generally well informed about the common European currency. 81 percent of the respondents knew the exchange rate of the kroon to the Euro.