Interestingly enough, Czechs are quite close to the British in their views on redistribution. Even the Polish are more sceptical than the EU average is. That may be surprising, as the underdeveloped Polish agriculture receives a lot of subsidies. Interestingly enough, the Irish stance on the topic is typically Southern!
Another piece of data (a PEW public opinion research) shows there are two or three nations more EU-sceptical than the British. It's Greeks and Czechs; both nations are sceptical for different reasons, however. While Greeks think they don't get enough from the common funds, many Czechs are afraid of Brussels becoming another Moscow, and the EU to become EUSSR. (Sounds familiar?)
The third sceptical nation is, rather surprisingly, France. The euro crisis has hit the country in a hard way.