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Populations in Poland, the Czech Republic and Bulgaria, as well as those in established non-eurozone countries Sweden and Denmark, have overwhelmingly rejected the single currency.
And people in Hungary and Croatia are only narrowly in favour of joining, despite being broadly supportive of EU membership overall.
A series of polls published today paint a stark divide within Europe over the controversial currency, with voters in Eastern European and Scandinavian states implacably against it.
But at the same time the euro is enjoying record levels of support in a number of Western European countries including Germany and Spain, despite its woes.