In this Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016 file photo, "Brexit" supporters wave flags outside Parliament in London, timed to coincide with a statement by the treasury chief. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
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European Union voters in France, Germany, Italy and Greece think their countries are heading in the wrong direction but there is not yet any Europe-wide inclination to follow Britain towards exiting the bloc, according to a poll published Thursday.A WIN/Gallup International online survey of 14,969 people showed voters were unhappy across the European Union but that support for the EU remained above 60 percent in most of the biggest member states.In France the figure was 82 percent, Italy 79 percent and Germany 62 percent.While EU voters are clearly discontented, there was only a small rise in the number of people who would vote for an exit: 36 percent from 33 percent across the 15 European countries including Britain that were surveyed.
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