48% of Greeks say the country benefited from EU
48% of Greeks believe the country has benefited from the EU in 2017, a 4-point rise compared to 2016, according to a Europe-wide survey conducted by the European Parliament.
The data showed that 4% more Europeans (64% from 60%) also believed their repective coutries had benefited from the EU. In Cyprus the corresponding rise was just one percentage point, from 45% from 44% in 2016.
The complete survey data, which was carried out in September, is expected to be announced on Wednesday.
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