With the economy still basically in Depression, antipathy towards the Eurozone and the EU continue to grow.
The latest bit of evidence? In regional elections today, in Germany, the anti-Eurozone party AfD (Alternative für Deutschland) garnered over 10% of the vote. Note that AfD didn’t even exist in 2009.
Here are the results from Brandenburg (which are shown in comparison to 2009):
And here are the results from Thüringen:
It’s not just Germany where this is happening. The far-right is on the rise in France, and both the UK and Spain are dealing with robust separatist movements (though the circumstances in those places are not identical).