European elections were long considered second-order elections as political parties, the media and voters tended to care less about them compared to national elections. However, there are some indications that things are changing, with EU elections becoming more important. During this event, Wouter van der Brug, Katjana Gattermann, Elske van den Hoogen, and Theresa Kuhn will take a close look at the campaigns and at what citizens consider important. For example, are certain policies, such as climate change or immigration policies, becoming more important for European citizens? Are campaigns becoming more personalized and do citizens take note of individual candidates? How attached do European citizens feel to the EU? And, how worried are citizens about misinformation during the election campaigns? These and many more questions will be discussed together with the experts this evening.