Greeks distrust nearly all institutions
Among those polled, 83.2% said they trust political parties only a little or not at all; similarly negative feelings were expressed about the judicial system (69%), Parliament (68.9%), independent authorities (65.1%), the government (64.3%), the Presidency of the Republic (63.7%) and the prime minister (60.6%).
Despite the negativity, five out of six respondents (83%) agreed that democracy is the best system of government, while also overwhelmingly dissatisfied (69%) by the way it is functioning in Greece.
Also, 60.1% find their current economic situation unsatisfactory versus 15.2% who are satisfied and 24.5% who are neither.
Finally, 69.4% support the country staying in the eurozone.