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 confrontation will continue.
75% of respondents believe that Tsipras’ government is determined to implement the pre-election promises.
72% of respondents consider “correct” the confrontation between the government and the Troika.
Interestingly: SYRIZA voters approve at 91.5%
Independent Greeks voters approve at 91%
Nea Dimokratia voters approve at 45%
A possible Greek exit from the eurozone triggers fear to 35.5% of respondents, while 9.5% hopes for a a Greek euro exit.
One in three respondents does not believe to the possibility of a Greek exit from the euro.
The poll was conducted for private SKAI TV.
PS well.. well… the people support the anti-austerity, anti-bailout government policy, but the Europe of Merkel insists that being Pro Euro should be against the European people’s will . I suppose, this is German democracy in old DDR-style.
Athens: pro gov’t rally nd anti-ECB protest Feb 5/2015
A pro gov’t rally is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb 11/2015, during the extraordinary Eurogroup meeting in Brussels.