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Greeks are the most doubtful people in the European Union as regards the direction their country is taking and the Irish the most positive, a European Parliament survey has found.
Only a paltry five percent of Greek respondents agreed that “things are going in the right direction” in their country compared to 76 percent of Irish people regarding theirs, according to the latest Special Eurobarometer of the European Parliament .
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