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In the last decade, economy and democracy in Greece seem to be interdependent, both conceptually and statistically: 25% unemployment, 25% drop in GDP, 25% decline in trust in institutions, 25% drop in election turnout. Over time, it is indeed observed that the greater the economic difficulties of households, the greater…
Tuesday, 08 November 2016 06:39
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An old Greek political insider, whenever asked to predict the election winner, often refers to the words of Konstantinos Karamanlis: "You want to know what the dynamics of the political parties are? I'll tell you when the elections are called and the central dilemma is clear. You want to know…
Monday, 28 September 2015 09:00
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Syriza: At the end of the election period as Syriza finally managed to maintain its party cohesion at a satisfactory 76.3%. Its most significant losses: - Popular Unity: 5.8%, not as considerable as one would expect at the end of August - New Democracy: 5.2%, conservative voters that have turned…
Monday, 28 September 2015 09:00
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As one of the four countries with official Orthodox Christian religion, Greece continues to celebrate Easter with devotion, reverence and by maintaining the traditional customs associated with it. Nevertheless, the people’s belief in God and in the Christian narrative has decreased significantly compared to ten years ago. As recorded in…
Tuesday, 14 April 2015 18:29
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At Kapa Research we are committed to achieving the highest standards in research methodology and thereby the maximum quality of surveys. Over the years, starting with the first exit poll in the country in 1992, we have been advancing our capacity to conduct exit polls that can approach election outcomes…
Monday, 26 January 2015 07:00
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Nations, as man-made entities, often operate like humans: just as a tragic event changes the life of a person forever, so a historical event changes the course of a nation fundamentally. The latest Kapa Research survey on Economy and Development in Greece, shows that the crisis of 2010 and its consequences seem…
Friday, 24 October 2014 14:47
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Heading towards the May 2014 double-election in Greece – regional/local and European Parliament elections – various small parties come into play and compete side-by-side with older and larger political formations. However, these small parties are claiming the popular vote rather unconventionally; their objectives are presented primarily through their leader’s ambitions,…
Monday, 03 March 2014 00:00
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If we had to identify the strongest and most consistent demands of Greek public opinion during the post-dictatorship period, it would come to the following three: democracy, freedom, and equal treatment of the underprivileged. A set of values ​​that could also be described as “I want to live freely with…
Wednesday, 01 January 2014 00:00
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Europe always constituted a stable reference point for Greeks: a field of peace, democracy, and economic development that counterbalanced the country’s domestic problems, as well as the instability of its neighborhood. Although this symbolic context is still evident from the July 2013 survey (remaining in the Euro dominates returning to…
Sunday, 21 July 2013 23:02
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From the June 2012 elections until now, the public dialogue in Greece was monopolized by issues related to the disbursement of a large tranche of the EU-ECB-IMF loan to Greece, and the additional measures that would follow with the associated “Memorandum III”. On these issues the two “new political camps”…
Thursday, 20 December 2012 15:21
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