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Greeks' views on Muslims out of step with other Europeans, survey indicates
Greeks who place themselves on the left of the political spectrum are more unfavourable in their views towards Muslims in Greece than people in the right Germany are of Muslims in their country, a survey from a leading US pollster has found.
While half of those who identified as left in Greece said they had a negative view of Muslims, this was higher than the response of people on the right in Germany (47 percent), Holland and Sweden (42 percent), France (39 percent) and the UK (33 percent).
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