In a survey of eight European Union countries, people are almost universally dissatisfied with the state of their nations. Only the Germans are satisfied with the direction of their country and the state of their national economy.
But the Greeks are the least happy with the direction of their country and the most upset
about the state of their national economy among the European populations surveyed. Just 2% say they are satisfied with the direction of their country; 98% say they are dissatisfied.
The Greeks are the least optimistic about the economy and the most pessimistic about
economic mobility. Just 9% say they expect the economy to improve over the next year and 73% say it is very difficult for a young person to find a better job or become wealthier than his or her parents were. Read More