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“December 2008” – One year after : Greek public opinion on the events of last December

The killing of a 16-year-old youth in the Athens district of Exarchia in December 2008 sparked a series of events that shook Greek society and left an indelible mark on political developments. According to this survey, conducted one year after the riots, public opinion appears to be split, expressing contradictory and conflicting opinions. However, the majority of citizens are inclined to believe that the events constituted a social revolt.

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Greek public opinion on Islam & the construction of a mosque in Athens

The survey by Public Issue on the attitudes of Greeks toward Islam investigates, for the first time in Greece, social perceptions concerning the notions and symbols associated with the Islamic faith, the degree of knowledge and familiarity of citizens with Islamic culture, as well as social beliefs regarding relations between Islam & the West and Islam & Greece.

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