Hungarians and Romanians are by far the most enthusiastic about adopting the euro among their CEE and Baltic neighbors. Concern about Europe's common currency is highest in the Baltics, although opposition has declined since the economic crisis struck. Although Latvia's and Lithuania's currencies are both pegged to the euro, which has saved them from devaluation, only a third of the people think the euro can protect them from international financial crises. It is also interesting that Hungarians, who were left reeling when the forint plunged against the euro last year, have lost faith in the euro's power to protect their economy since 2007.