Vast majority of Greeks pessimistic on prospects of recovery despite coalition efforts

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The coalition’s efforts to convince Greeks that an economic recovery is on its way after six years of recession appears to be bearing little fruit so far, according to two new opinion polls.

According to a Pew Research Global Attitudes survey published this week, just 19 percent of Greeks believe the economic situation in their country will improve over the next 12 months. In contrast, 53 percent believe it will worsen and 26 percent believ...

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