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Greeks are the most pessimistic among their European Union counterparts about the future of the 28-member bloc, view it mainly in a negative light and most don’t see themselves as European citizens, according to the results of a biannual survey from the European Commission.
The latest issue of the Standard Eurobarometer (pdf) poll found that three in six Greeks are not optimistic about where the EU is heading more than in Cyprus (56%) and Italy (47 percent), where EU-hopefuls are also in a minority. Two years ago, the Gree...
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