8 out of 10 think “Government unable to get Greece out of the crisis”

15 June 2016
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A survey carried out by Alco for the General Confederation of Greek Workers (GSEE) claims that eight out of ten people do not believe that the government is capable of getting Greece out the crisis.

Furthermore, 63% of SYRIZA voters and 61% of Independent Greeks voters have withdrawn their trust and do not believe that the current government can help the country overcome the crisis. About 11% however continues to support the government.

The survey, which was published in Ta Nea, was carried out between the 30th of May and 2nd of June, reflecting the major concerns at the time of the upcoming bailout review and measures that would potentially accompany it, particularly in the labor market.

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