Most Greeks will still favor a deal with Greece’s creditors, according to a new poll regarding Greece’s upcoming referendum in which citizens will vote in order to approve or reject a bailout agreement with Greece’s creditors.
Conducted by the ProRata institute and published in the EfSyn, the poll showed that before the banks closed 57 per cent of people would vote ‘no’ to reject the troika’s proposals, but after the banks closed this dropped to 46 per cent.
Two earlier polls conducted a few hours after the referendum was called by the Greek government had shown that most Greeks were willing to approve a deal with Greece’s creditors
The referendum will take place in voting booths through secret ballot in a similar manner to general elections. The polls will be open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. on July 5 while the results will be announced the following day.