Crisis weakens confidence in Greek representative institutions

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Newspapers, political parties and television remain the most distrusted institutions in Greece by the public, while confidence in the army and police is at an all-time high, a survey by a leading pollster has found.

Conducted by Public Issue since 2007, the annual survey looks at the public’s confidence in 16 key institutions covering a wide spectrum of society, including government, business, civil society and media bodies.

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