It is also a Europe where citizens have limited trust in the European institutions and where mainstream democratic politics are under severe scrutiny. This is principally reflected at the national level, as we have seen from recent election results. However, the impact is felt very much at the European level. In the 2014 elections to the European Parliament, approximately one-quarter of all seats were won by candidates of parties that were sceptical either of the European project, or of some EU policies. For despite national responsibilities for the crisis, citizens feel either that "Europe" is responsible for the socio-economic problems or that EU institutions are not doing enough to improve their daily lives. Nevertheless, there is still a significant majority of voters who favour further European integration.