High school pupils see answers to crisis in protest and emigration

Society Tags: Emigration

Less than one percent of young Greeks believe that voting is a way to make their voice heard, according to a new survey that also suggests teenagers are feeling increasingly ignored by decision makers.

A number of responses in the VPRC poll of Greeks at high schools in the county’s major cities reflect a growing disenchantment with the economic and political situation surrounding them. The results suggest that a high proportion of young Greeks feel ei...

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