Is the Court of Justice of the EU more Europeanist than Member State governments?

No, because it strictly applies the laws Member States have previously approved.
14% (5 votes)
No, because Member States have retained the power to appoint and re-appoint judges.
3% (1 vote)
Yes, because of its institutional design, it has been able to push integration forward when governments have been unable to.
78% (28 votes)
Yes, because of judicial drift, which has fuelled the kind of Euroscepticism that led to Brexit.
6% (2 votes)
Total votes: 36