The new austerity package of 11.5 billion euro is “unjust” and it won’t not effective. This is opinion of the majority of Greeks (90.6%) according to a public opinion survey conducted by MPB for the newspaper Real News.
90.6% of the respondents consider the additional austerity measures as unjust as they will burden more the weak parts of the society.
83.4% believe that they will me additional austerity measures in the next years.
65.2% consider as not likely a Greece’s exit form the euro
49.8% consider as very likely the possibility the country goes bankrupt
66.7% believes the country has to stay in the euro however with another economic policy than this of the Memorandum of Understanding.
17.7 % say yes to euro with the MoU – 10.5% want Euro exit
85.8% of the respondents declare they are pessimistic about the situation of the country.
48.7% disagree with the government policy on illegal immigration, 44.5% agree.
69.5% disagree with Chysi Avgi (Golden dawn) approach and activities towards immigrants.
The survey was conducted between September 18-20, 2012 among 1,003 people.