The latest Eurobarometer survey found that 73% of eurozone citizens support the euro, the highest percentage since 2004.
The combination of a strengthening economy, the unifying force of Trump in the US, Brexit, and the failure of populist candidates at home has created some optimism in Europe for the first time in a long time.
The measure was at an all-time low of 62% in 2012 but has steadily climbed higher.
Luxembourg had the highest support at 85%, followed by Slovenia at 83$, Ireland at 83%, and Estonia 83%. Worryingly, support was lowest in Italy at 58%.
Merkel wins again.