Figures reveal all 28 countries, bar two, have grown more dissatisfied with Brussels compared with a year ago.
Released by Capital Economics, opinion obtained from the European Commission’s Eurobarometer surveys from last May and this May was collated.
The results showed Germany had soured the most, with half now holding negative views, a jump of 22.6 per cent.
Next was the Czech Republic, showing an increase of 21.6 per cent holding negative views, followed by Estonia with 20 per cent and Hungary with 19.9 per cent jump.
Some 46.7 per cent of Brits had a negative view of the EU last year, which rose by seven points to 53.7 per cent this May.