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Majority of Greeks believe refugees cannot ‘integrate’
Almost two-thirds of Greeks, including the majority of those who voted for SYRIZA in the last election, do not believe that refugees can integrate to Greek society, according a poll published recently.
Conducted by pollster Public Issue [http://www.publicissue.gr/12875/varometro-apr-2016-ref/] in April for the Syriza-aligned Avgi newspaper, the survey found 65 percent of respondents did not believe refugees could integrate, compared to 27 percent who ...
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