Percentage of Europeans Who Are Willing To Fight A War For Their Country

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Percentage of Europeans Who Are Willing To Fight A War For Their Country
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A map of Europe posted on Brilliant Maps shows the percentage of people from different European countries willing to go to war and fight for their country.

The map was assembled from the results of a 2015 WIN/Gallup International Global Survey. Red represents a low percentage, and blue represents a high percentage.

The Netherlands, Germany, and Belgium have a meager percentage in the teens of residents willing to fight, while Finland, Turkey, and the Ukraine are at the top of the list, where most people are ready to go to war for their country.

Western Europe seems full of contentious objectors and pacifists, while countries like Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sweden, and Greece are far more willing to fight than their western counterparts.

In fact, it seems the closer the country is to Russia, which itself has nearly 60 percent of residents willing to go to war for the Motherland, the higher the percentage of willing fighters is.

After Russia’s 2014 Invasion of the Ukraine’s Crimea, it isn’t hard to see why.

Here’s the full list of percentages of willing fighters, country by country.

  • 74% – Finland
  • 73% – Turkey
  • 62% – Ukraine
  • 59% – Russia
  • 58% – Kosovo
  • 55% – Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • 55% – Sweden
  • 54% – Greece
  • 47% – Poland
  • 46% – Serbia
  • 41% – Latvia
  • 39% – Switzerland
  • 38% – Ireland
  • 38% – Macedonia
  • 38% – Romania
  • 37% – Denmark
  • 29% – France
  • 28% – Portugal
  • 27% – United Kingdom
  • 26% – Iceland
  • 25% – Bulgaria
  • 23% – Czech Republic
  • 21% – Austria
  • 21% – Spain
  • 20% – Italy
  • 19% – Belgium
  • 18% – Germany
  • 15% – The Netherlands

Europe may have a reputation of residents unwilling to fight for their country, but we now know that depends on where in Europe you are.

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Source: thefederalistpapers.org

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