70% of Maltese believe opportunities to get ahead in EU are more equal
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A recently published Special Eurobarometer report, found that 70% of respondents in Malta believe that opportunities to get ahead in the EU have become more equal compared to 30 years ago.
The survey asked the public for their opinion on education, income, social status and inter-generational mobility.
75% of those who took the survey in Malta have said that they had not experienced harassment, or were discriminated against in the past 12 months, when asked if they were discriminated against or harassed on various grounds, including sex, age and gender. This was below the EU average which stood at 83%.
In Malta, 73% of respondents felt that differences in income are too great, with 78% saying that the Government needs to introduce measures to reduce differences in income levels.
To see the fact sheet on public opine in Malta on this survey, it is available to download here.