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Poll: New Standards In Political Controversy

A poll conducted by Metron Analysis reveals major twists and sets new standards in political controversy.
A part of the survey conducted by Greek newspaper “Parapolitika,” was presented today at the Parapolitika 90.1 FM radio station.
According to the poll, on the question regarding the election of the President of the Hellenic Republic, 54% of respondents said that they prefer him to be elected by the current Parliament, while 41% wants early parliamentary elections to be held before that.
On the question how will Greece exit from the crisis, 84% of respondents said that a change in the political system is necessary, representing the vast majority of voters from all political parties, while only 8% of them requested a change in the policies implemented.
Also, 68% of them gave a negative assessment of the government, against 26% who had a favorable opinion.
68% of respondents assess opposition party SYRIZA negatively, against 22% who had a favorable view.
44% of citizens believe that the situation in the economy will be worse in the following year, 29% it will remain the same, while 25% believes it will improve.
Finally, 38% of respondents believe that the coalition government of Antonis Samaras can handle the issue of negotiating the country’s debt, while 25% believe that a new SYRIZA government would handle this issue better.

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