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European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen

On a national level, the prevailing view in France and Germany is that the country is not taking the right measures to address the pandemic.

This feeling could be attributed to the vaccine rollout, as in the UK a majority think the nation is moving in the right direction.

The pessimism in France is reflected in approval ratings for leaders' handling of the coronavirus crisis.

Nearly half of survey respondents disapprove or strongly disapprove of President Emmanuel Macron's stewardship.

Of the four countries, Chancellor Angela Merkel has the highest proportion of respondents believing she made the right decisions.

Find out more by watching the video report, above.