Almost half of Greeks believe latest Eurogroup deal is a bad one
Nearly half of Greeks who participated in a recent survery believe that the latest Eurogroup deal was a bad one for Greece, which goes to show that prime minister Alexis Tsipras’ attempts to sugarcoat the terms agreed between creditors and his SYRIZA-led government are falling on deaf ears.
The survey, carried out by Prorata on behalf of the 'Ephimerida ton Syntakton’ newspaper, revealed that 47% believe the deal to be a bad one for the country. Just 6% said they thought it was a good deal. The remaining answered as 13% saying it was ‘probably good’, and 20% ‘probably bad’.
The survey highlights the lack of confidence the public generally feel towards an incompetent government.