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Heard of your EU Commissioner?

Have a look at the Financial Times Blog entry by Peter Spiegel. Turns out the Finns know their commissioner. I assume that is largely due to the lack of other current internationaly active politicians. (Same as with other small member states appearing at the top of the list…)

http://blogs.ft.com/brusselsblog/2012/02/whos-the-highest-profile-european-commissioner/#ixzz1ldgQBbjN

And here is the ranking from Eurobarometer:

“Q: Have you recently seen or heard the European Commission from your country  in the media (television, radio, press)?

  1. Olli Rehn, Finland: 45%
  2. John Dalli, Malta:      41%
  3. Antonio Tajani, Italy:      40%
  4. Siim Kallas, Estonia: 40%
  5. Laszlo Andor, Hungary: 34%
  6. Vivian Reding, Luxembourg:      33%
  7. Connie Hedegaard, Denmark: 33%
  8. Janusz Lewandowski, Poland: 32%
  9. José Manuel Barroso: 31%
  10. Janez Potocnik, Slovenia: 27%
  11. Gunther Oettinger, Germany: 26%
  12. Dacian Ciolos,       Romania:      24%
  13. Cecilia Malmstrom, Sweden: 23%
  14. Andris Piebalgs, Latvia: 23%
  15. Maire Geoghegan-Quinn, Ireland: 22%
  16. Kristalina Georgieva, Bulgaria: 22%
  17. Androulla Vassiliou, Cyprus: 21%
  18. Algirdas Semeta, Lithuania: 19%
  19. Joaquin Almunia, Spain: 19%
  20. Maria Damanaki, Greece:      18%
  21. Maros Sefcovic, Slovakia: 17%
  22. Johannes Hahn, Austria:      17%
  23. Neelie Kroes, Netherlands: 17%
  24. Stefan Fule, Czech       Republic: 17%
  25. Karel De Gucht, Belgium: 17%
  26. Cathy Ashton, UK:      16%
  27. Michel Barnier, France: 8%”
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