For more than half of Italians, public health is the first sector of public administration to be reformed. And the majority of citizens in 18 other EU countries think the same way. These are the data from the Eurobarometer on “European Perspectives on Reform”.
The proportion of respondents choosing “public health” is highest in Slovakia overall (78%), followed by Hungary (73%), Slovenia (72%) and Greece (70%). However, in Malta (39%) and Belgium (39%) only around four out of ten respondents opt for this area of reform.
In Belgium, 50% of respondents answer that their country needs reforms in education, making it the top priority area for reform in this country. “Education” is the second answer in Italy (43%) and the first in Romania (63%) and Germany (53%).