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Majority of Greeks now view EU in bad light, survey indicates
Most people in Greece now have a negative view of the European Union, with share of Greeks that views the EU in a bad light rising 13 percentage points to hit 51 percent, the latest Eurobarometer has found.
Greece is followed by Cyprus (41 percent), Austria (37 percent) and the UK (36 percent), where the EU’s image was predominantly neutral in autumn 2015, in perceiving the EU in a negative light.
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