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Over nine in ten young Greeks aged 16–30 feel marginalised in their own country due to the economic crisis, with 43 percent feeling they need to move to another EU country to study, train or work, a Eurobarometer poll, commissioned by the European Parliament, has found.
In the highest figure recorded in the 28 EU member states, 93 percent of Greeks under 30 said that they felt excluded from the economic and social life of their country, far above the EU average of 57 percent.
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