With the exception of two countries (the exiting United Kingdom and the Czech Republic), every European Union member state would remain in the EU if a referendum was held on the matter. Hungary is one of the most pro-European countries (second place, 79 percent), while for example the Czechs if given the opportunity would most likely vote against EU membership. Although most of the Greeks would prefer to stay in the EU, it can still be considered a high-risk country. People in Europe are also strongly critical of the EU. 41 percent of respondents consider the European economy to be weakening, while a large majority also view EU migration policy and counter terrorism activities as weak. Most Europeans believe that member states should have greater power over the EU, including in countries such as Germany, Austria and France. This is equally true of matters related to the economy, immigration and setting of energy prices. Close to half of respondents believe that the United Kingdom leaving weakens the union, 54 percent of the respondents believe that the European Union will still exist in ten years’ time. Only in Greece, the United Kingdom and the Czech Republic is a majority of the population skeptical in this regard. With regards to Turkey joining the EU, all member states with the exception of Romania are strongly against the move.