Eurostat published the results of a public opinion poll on whether residents of capitals and large cities of the European Union consider them to be clean. 61% of the inhabitants of the capital of Cyprus, who participated in the study, said that this is so. For this indicator, Cyprus is located between Warsaw and Amsterdam.
Are the inhabitants of Nicosia satisfied with the level of cleanliness?
The spread of the results is from 9% to 99%. Of the capitals, the purest are Luxembourg (95%), Vienna (90%), Ljubljana (88%), Riga (81%) and Helsinki (80%). At the other end of the rating are Rome (9%), Bratislava (28%), Sofia (29%), Bucharest (37%), Madrid (38%) and Budapest (39%).
The port of Ventspils in Latvia is considered to be the cleanest in the European Union. 99% of its residents said they were satisfied with the level of cleanliness in it. On the second place - the Latvian city of Valmiera (97%). Closes the top three Spanish Oviedo (95%).
More about the study - onOnlineEurostat