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I believe that citizens will be able to keep a good level of control over their personal ID data. 



The level of citizen control over ID data was considered generally low, with an overall mean of 5.7. Here again, UK and Ireland rated highest (6.1), and Central and Eastern Europe was lowest. It may also be noted that there is more pessimism on this issue in Southern Europe than in the case of ID authorities’ control.



We asked the respondents how old they were when they finished their studies. In addition, 28 percent of our respondents declared themselves current students. In most of the 32 questions the students were more positive than those respondents who had already finished their studies. The number of ‘strongly disagree’ answers was lower in the group of respondents with fewer years of education. 



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