Study: Euro More Popular Than Ever (2)
According to a study by Faktum & Ariko, 63 percent of Estonians supported the euro in November, which is an all-time high.
Support last year was at 56 percent and at 61 percent in 2010.
Although support levels have reached record levels, 56 percent of the respondents said that belonging to the Eurozone has drained their confidence.
Supporters tend to have higher incomes, and respondents with only a secondary school level of education have the least faith in the euro.
Support for the European Union has remained at a level similar to last year - at around 74 percent.