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Eurostat: Most dissatisfied Europeans with schools are the people of Bucharest and Sofia

The results of the most recent European Commission survey of satisfaction with schools in 2015 reveal that in 24 capital cities in the European Union (EU), the majority of respondents were satisfied with the schools and educational facilities, Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, informs.

The EU capitals with more than 75% of respondents stating satisfaction were Dublin (83%), Ljubljana, Lefkosia and Helsinki (all 79%) and Luxembourg (78%). Those with less than 50% of respondents satisfied were Bucharest (48%) and Sofia (47%).

The results are part of a wider presentation of statistics on capital cities.

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