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The European Union is facing growing complaints from its own citizens about its handling of the Brexit process.
A survey of UK citizens released on Monday said they were largely unhappy with the slow pace of Brexit preparations and the way Brussels is trying to push through a bill that will enable the UK to leave the union.
The survey, conducted by the Brussels-based Open Europe think-tank, was conducted in English, French and German, and asked 1,500 UK citizens about their concerns about the negotiations — a proportion of those surveyed was twice that of previous EU polls such as this one.
The Open Europe survey found that most respondents thought the Prime Minister had been wrong to make a dramatic announcement about the withdrawal terms and that the negotiations were not in good shape.
However, they were divided over the pace of progress at the negotiating table, with about one-quarter of the sample saying they had been waiting at least 10 months.
Another quarter said they had been waiting less than 10 months. A further 28 per cent said they had waited 10 months or more.
The survey found that people are also unhappy about a lack of clarity by European Commission officials about what the terms of withdrawal will include, with around one-third saying they were unable to understand official positions.
The latest figures from the European Parliament, though, show most EU citizens want Britain to stay, despite the uncertainty over the terms of Brexit.
In a poll this week, just over two-thirds of EU citizens in Italy, Spain, France and Poland said they supported remaining, while fewer than a third said they wanted to leave.
One in three in the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg and Sweden wanted to stay.
However, one in 10 in Greece, Hungary, Cyprus, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia wanted to go.
Other polls since the start of the Brexit process have shown similar results, with most EU citizens in favour of leaving.
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