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    Grèce: chute de popularité pour le gouvernement grec

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    Brève publiée le 10 mars 2015

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    64% des grecs ont une opinion positive du gouvernement, contre 83% le mois dernier. Cela reste beaucoup, mais la chute est nette.

    75% des grecs estiment que l'accord du 20 février ne marque pas la fin du mémorandum..... ce qui montre que l'opération d'intoxication de Tsipras n'a pas vraiment fonctionné.

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    64% of Greek people think positively of the new government’s course so far, according to an opinion poll for newspaper “Efimerida ton Syntakton” published on Saturday, while 31.4% see it negatively/probably negatively.

    Asked in addition, “Are you happy by the progress of negotiations so far with our European [loan] partners?” 59.6% said yes/probably yes, while 37.6% responded no/probably no. Another 2.8% declined to answer.

    In terms of current employment distribution among those polled, the highest approval rate (83.4%) was registered by those who are now unemployed, followed by the self-employed/business owners (58.8%), civil servants (58.5%) and private sector employees (58.3%).

    75.4% of those polled agree with the assessment that the four-month loan extension does not signal the end of Memoranda, while 14.1% believe it does. 10.5% declined to answer. In addition, more than half of those polled (54.4%) believe that if New Democracy had won Greece’s elections, things would be worse. Another 19.4% said they would be better, 22.9% there would be no great difference and 3.3% declined to answer.

    In terms of satisfaction with the choice of Prokopis Pavlopoulos as Greek President, 54.7% are happy with it, 36.3% are unhappy and another 9% declined to answer. In addition, the majority sees Parliament President Zoe Konstantopoulou‘s stance as positive so far (61.6%), while 36.3% saw her in a negative light and another 8% declined to answer.

    The poll was conducted from March 3 to 5 nationwide.