Distrust in news sources remains high, regardless of popularity
The annual Digital News Report by the Reuters institute, updated for 2020, has revealed that Greeks continue to express high levels of distrust in the media sources they access.
Majority of Greeks report financial hardship due to Covid-19
A special white paper by Intrum examining the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on households has found that Greeks are coming under increasing financial pressure as a result of the lockdown.
Lockdown reduced spread of Covid-19 by 80 pct, research indicates
Greece’s early and aggressive tackling of the coronavirus pandemic in the country led to a drop in transmissions by 81 percent, a new study has shown.
Greek families burdened by high tax rates
A study by the Washington-based think tank, the Tax Foundation, has found that Greek families pay among the highest rates of tax out of OECD member states.
Poverty declined in 2018, births continued to lag behind deaths
The latest report on living conditions in Greece by the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) has shown that life expectancy at birth as of 2018 came to 84.4 years for women and 79.3 years for men.
Survey reveals how Greeks are coping with lockdown
The diaNeosis think tank has delved into the lives of Greeks under lockdown to gauge their response to the current situation.
Google mobility report illustrates stark drop in activity due to Covid-19
Google has released a set of mobility reports which illustrate how the public’s movements have altered due to the coronavirus outbreak.
OECD Better Life report finds Greece still lagging in life satisfaction
The annual OECD study measuring how people feel about their lives in a number of OECD countries has shed light on how Greeks feel about life in their country.
Nearly half of all households still rely on pensions for income, survey shows
Research from the Hellenic Confederation of Professionals, Craftsmen and Merchants (GSEVEE) has shown that pensions financially support almost half of all households in Greece.
The "great replacement" comes to Greece - how a far-right meme appeared in mainstream politics
While the popularity of the far right in Greece appeared to wane with the defeat of neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn at the polls, there are worrying signs that some of the extreme ideas once associated with the fringes of politics have been absorbed into the political mainstream.