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Despite pledges, Greeks uncertain and feel recovery will take years
Much of the government’s strategy for political survival and for retaining support for the fiscal adjustment programme relies on Greeks beginning to feel from this year that their country is turning the corner. A new poll published this week underlines just how big a challenge the coalition faces in convincing people that a recovery is on the way.
The survey, conducted by Public Issue and published in Efimerida ton Syntakton newspaper, indicates that most Greeks are racked with uncertainty and believe that the crisis is far from over.
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