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While Angela Merkel continues to push for an EU superstate, voters in her home nation are backing away from the ideals of bureaucrats and their EU integration project.
The bloc has been hit by a wave of populist politicians, taking on the establishment, with a major resurgence of nationalism in countries once fully behind the idea of a more entwined Union.
A findings of a major study by think tank DEMOS into whether the EU will survive 2017 was launched this week, considering in depth why people all over are turning their backs on the EU dream.
Research for the publication ‘Nothing to fear but fear itself’ began in 2015 when the eurozone crisis, the migrant crisis and issues in Greece threatened to tear the entire EU project apart.
Germany has taken more than one million migrants from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and African nations, leading to a rise from right wing groups, and clashes between cultures.
Failed integration debate reached a climax on January 1, 2016, when more than 100 women in the country reported being sexually assaulted by gangs of migrants in one night.