Ahead of what are being called the most important ever European Parliament elections in May, on 2 April Delano Live asks what the EU needs to do to reconnect with voters and regain their trust in the...
Luxembourg was placed behind Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, the UK, Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands, Iceland, Austria, Estonia and Ireland. It secured the same score as France but fared better than Belgium, Georgia, Portugal , Lithuania, Latvia and Poland.
The countries showing the highest improvement since 2018 were Turkey (+3.10), Georgia (+1.62), and France (+.158). Greece fell -1.47). Last place was occupied by Ukraine, though it improved by 2.25 points. Azerbaijan also saw a 1.23-point improvement. The report notes however that despite its policy advancement, the ranking was held down by a high corruption perception.