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Greeks and Cypriots Least Likely to Blame Russia for War: EU Survey

Greeks and Cypriots are the least likely among Europeans to put the blame solely on Russia for the war in Ukraine, according to a Europe-wide survey conducted by Eurostat, the statistical body of the EU. The survey was conducted in...

Greeks are the Least Optimistic Europeans About the Future of the EU

Greeks are the least optimistic Europeans concerning the future of the European Union, while the two main concerns across Europe are immigration and climate change, according to the latest Eurobarometer, which was released on Monday. According to 34 percent of respondents...

EU Poll: Greeks Overwhelmingly Convinced of Widespread Corruption

Corruption in Greece is an ongoing political issue, that has been debated to death over the past 35 years. Now a new EU Commission "Eurobarometer" poll places Greece second only behind Cyprus in corruption perception in business, in the...

Eurobarometer: Greeks not Optimistic About EU

Popular support for the eurozone has climbed to its highest since 2004 according to a new polling by Eurobarometer, which points to growing optimism and trust in the bloc, but Greeks remain among the least optimistic Europeans about the...

Eurobarometer Report: Greeks Do Not Trust National Media

According to the report 2016 Eurobarometer Survey on Media Pluralism and Democracy, Greeks have very little to no trust in the national media. The data revealed that only 26 percent of the country's population finds the national media trustworthy. Also addressed...

Eurobarometer: 8 Out of 10 Greeks Distrust Parliament, Government, Parties

Eight out of ten Greeks distrust the government and the overall political system, a new Eurobarometer survey shows. The new report by the survey body of the European Commission also shows that Greeks do not trust mass media, and television...

Greeks the Most Disappointed People of Europe

The poor economic situation, pessimism about the future and general dissatisfaction make Greeks the most disappointed people of Europe, according to the Standard Eurobarometer. The Eurobarometer is a series of public opinion surveys conducted on behalf of the European Commission....

Survey: 65% of Greeks Say 'Yes' to the Common Currency

The latest Eurobarometer survey revealed that 65% of Greeks wish to remain in the common currency union. The percentage has increased by six points compared to 2014, noted the report. According to the new survey conducted from October 12 to...

Eurobarometer: More Cypriots Respond Favorably to the Euro As Country's Currency

Cyprus' support of the common currency rose by 8% to 50%, a few months before the island's 10 billion euro financial assistance program concludes in March of 2016. According to a Eurobarometer  survey issued by the EU Commission, 50% of Cypriot respondents said...

Six in 10 Greeks Expect Economy to Get Worse

Six out of 10 Greeks believe the economy will get worse before it gets better, according to a Eurobarometer poll. Also, eight in 10 do not trust the Greek media. The survey shows that Greeks are among the most pessimistic...