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Eurogroup May 22 – Poll: Does Greece deserve Debt Relief?

Eurozone finance ministers meet today to discuss the progress made towards the second review of the Greek program and the sustainability of the Greek Debt. The government in Athens hopes for a comprehensive solution that will include measures for debt relief. Berlin vehemently rejects any relevant discussion before the current …

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Will EU and German support convince French euroskeptics to vote for Macron?

Ex banker, ex socialist and political outsider Emmanuel Macron won the first round of presidential elections in France on Sunday. French elections results have been perceived with a sign of relief in the European Union. A fine day for Europe and Greece, where creditors are expected to return to Athens …

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Poll: Should Germany leave the Eurozone? Final Results

Tired of reading about Grexit polls commissioned by German media, I decided to run a counter poll on Twitter. The poll: Should Germany leave the Eurozone? run for 24 hours. From noon February 22nd until noon February 23rd 2017. Here are the results: Poll: Should Germany leave the Eurozone? — …

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Stern: Majority of Germans would accept Grexit

What do Germans think of Grexit?  The financial situation of Greece has split the German public opinion. In a poll conducted for German weekly STERN, a narrow majority would accept Greece abandoning the eurozone. Whether the heavily indebted Greece will receive additional billion credits depends on the implementation of the …

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IMF vs EU Commission on Greece debt sustainability – Poll

The fronts remain unmovable: the International Monetary Fund and the EU lenders are stuck in their position regarding Greece debt sustainability. Big boys and girls playing with numbers, false multipliers and wrong forecasts on the back of millions of Greeks. Big boys and girls playing with the fates of millions …

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83% of Greeks want common national policy on debt relief, 43% think Obama didn’t help…

The vast majority of Greeks want that the country’s political parties join forces for a common national policy on the debt relief. At the same time, while the majority of Greeks evaluates as positive the visit of US President Barack Obama in Athens last week, they are divided when it …

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Poll: ND leads with 3.5% towards SYRIZA. However….

In a public opinion polls published over the weekend, main opposition party, conservative New Democracy leads with 3.5% towards governing left-wing SYRIZA. However, in polls conducted even a month ago, ND used to lead with 7%. At the same time, 32.4% of respondents declare that they do not know which …

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Polls: 58% of Greeks blame “geopolitical developments” for the Refugee Crisis

Greek public opinion support Government’s handling of the Refugee Crisis. In a public opinion poll conducted by Palmos Analysis for daily Efimerida ton Syntakton,  blames the international geopolitical developments for the Refugee Crisis and the increased refugee flows. 58% international geopolitical developments responsible 19% sees the Greek government as responsible …

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Capital controls in Greece to be lifted by end of 2015? Economists don’t think so

Every once in a while we hear about it: that capital controls will soon be lifted, that is when the banks recapitalization concludes. I have no idea who circulates these news but such the option ‘to lift the capital control by -let’s say – end of the year’ seems rather …

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Poll: SYRIZA skyrockets to 45.4% and increases to 25% its difference to ND

The party of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, left-wing SYRIZA takes a huge lead towards main opposition Nea Dimokratia of former PM Antonis Samaras. In a poll conducted twenty days after the January 25th elections by MARC for private Alpha TV, SYRIZA not only increased its elections rates of 37% to …

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Poll: 25% of Athens school children going hungry

Thousands of Greek school children face one of the toughest aspects of the economic crisis: starvation and hunger. Last week, teachers complained for one more time about pupils who faint in the class room due to starvation. The issue of children going hungry was raised for one more time during …

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7 out of 10 Greeks support Tsipras’ confrontation with Troika

Seven out of ten Greeks support Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras the way he deals with the country’s lenders, the Troika. According to a poll conducted by the University of Macedonia, the majority of the respondents believe that the PM is determined to implement his pre-elections commitments and that the Greece-Troika …

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The Guardian has a poll on return of Parthenon Marbles: “Are you with George Clooney?”

George Clooney’s recent statement supporting the return of the Parthenon marbles to Greece sparked a debate in Great Britain. The Guardian even started a public opinion survey with the title “Are you with him?” Is George Clooney correct? Should Britain return the Elgin marbles? While promoting his new film Monuments …

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