A new Eurobarometer survey has found that public perceptions of the independence of national justice systems vary tremendously across the EU. The research found that EU-wide, 45 percent rated the level of independence enjoyed by the courts as "fairly good", 11 percent said it is "very good" and 32 percent said either "very bad" or "fairly bad". Countries in northern Europe are most likely to perceive their justice systems as independent with Denmark and Finland at the top of the ranking.
This chart shows the perceived independence of national justice systems in the EU in May 2018.
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