Eurobarometer survey shows that three out of four Maltese youths intends voting in next year's EU elections
A Eurobarometer study carried out in the EU member states, among 15-30 year olds found that the majority have voted in a recent election in their country and are likely to vote in the next election for the European Parliament.
In 20 of the EU Member States a majority of respondents have voted in a political election in the past three years. Voting among young people is particularly high in Malta (76%), Belgium (73%) and Italy (71%). The countries where there has been a significant increase in the proportion of young people voting are: Italy (71%, +15 pp), Lithuania (48%, +14 pp), Finland (64%, +11 pp) and Malta (76%, +10 pp).
A particularly high proportion of respondents in the following countries stated correctly