EUROPEANS have been inspired by Brexit and a growing number now want their own countries to hold a referendum, a poll showed.

Several countries, led by Spain, France, Greece and Italy are expressing discontentment with the way Brussels does business, according to the Pew Research Centre.

A spokesperson for Pew said: “Perhaps reflecting frustrations with whether their voices and concerns count in Brussels, a median of 53 per cent across the nine European countries, excluding the UK, support having their own national referendums on continued EU membership. ”

And while most do not want to leave the bloc altogether, many European citizens want to ensure that their voices are heard.


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