Tuesday, April 05, 2011
It turns out that support is continuing to inch higher. Info from the article:
The number of those in Spain and Portugal in favour of an "Iberian Union" between their two countries is rising, according to the third Hispanic-Luso Barometer carried out by the University of Salamanca with the Centre of Investigation and Studies of Sociology in Lisbon.this page on Meneame. Wikipedia's page on Iberismo has done most of the calculations for us, so here's roughly how it would measure up compared to other parts of the EU.
The survey will be presented tomorrow, and shows that more in Portugal than in Spain are in favour of a union, although support for the idea continues to grow in both countries. According to the most recent barometer, 31% of those in Spain are in favour of some type of association, while 45.6% are in favour in Portugal.
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