A poll carried out by AS Emor and commissioned by the Information Centre Citizens’ Republic (Teabekeskus Oma Riik) determined that most individuals oppose replacing the kroons with the euros, writes LETA/National Broadcasting. According to the poll that was carried out in the middle of June, 49.9% of respondents oppose the adoption of the euro while 39.48% support the move.
10.62% of those polled did not have an opinion on the matter.
The poll also determined that most Estonian residents would like a referendum organised to determine whether Estonia should adopt the European single currency.
59.52% of those polled found that a referendum should be organised to decide whether or not to transition to the euro. 31.86% of the respondents opposed a referendum and 8.62% did not have an opinion.