Estonians regard healthcare and social security as the biggest problems at the national level, a Eurobarometer survey taken in November showed.
Of all respondents, 41% made a statement to the effect. 33% named the economic situation as the thing they were concerned about the most, 24% named the employment situation. Immigration and low pensions were mentioned by 19% each, rising prices by 18%, tax issues by 11%, and the education system by 8% of those interviewed.
Across the European Union, unemployment was seen as the main concern at the national level by 31% of respondents. Immigration ranked second with 26%, followed by the economic situation with 19%, healthcare and social security with 18%, and rising prices and low pensions with 15%.
Respondents could list a maximum of two concerns.
The autumn 2016 Standard Eurobarometer study was conducted by way of face-to-face interviews with approximately 1,000 people in each EU member state between Nov. 3-16.
Editor: Editor: Dario Cavegn