How public opinion views the ongoing revolt of Greek youth

In contrast with the country’s politicians, the majority of Greek public opinion appears to have sufficiently understood the magnitude, and to a great extent the nature of the escalating social eruption. More specifically: First, 6 in 10 adults agree not only with the view that the rioting constitutes a genuine ‘social revolt’ (60% against 36%) but also with the opinion that it is a ‘mass social phenomenon’ as opposed to the manifestations of ‘a small minority’ (60% against 36%).

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