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Mapping the views of the Greeks
Greeks are now split into two distinct, but not equivalent, camps as regards their stance towards their country’s involvement with the EU, a divide that the researchers involved in a new, wide-ranging opinion poll have described as a contemporary “national schism”.
Commissioned by Dianeosis, a new think-tank based in Athens, the study seeks to chart the political and cultural values of Greeks after five years of crisis as well to access the cognitive, moral and cultural skills people used to deal with the critical...
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