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Three Out of Four Greeks Believe the Country Needs More Women in Politics

A recent survey conducted by Greece's Research Center for Gender Equality (KETHI) in April found that 72 percent of Greeks believe that the country...

Three Out of Four Greeks Do Not Trust the News, Reuters Study Suggests

The Digital News Report 2019, compiled by the Reuters Institute was published on Wednesday, revealing some interesting facts about the attitude Greeks have toward...

Greek Universities Lag Behind in Foreign Student Numbers, Study Suggests

According to the study ''The shape of global higher education: International Comparisons with Europe,'' conducted recently by The British Council, Greek universities lag behind...

Greek and Cypriot Healthcare Systems Close to EU Average, Study Finds

The National Healthcare Systems of Greece (ESY) and Cyprus (GESY) are ranked 18th and 15th respectively out of the twenty-eight healthcare systems in the...

Study Finds 15,000 Greeks Die Annually From Smoking-Related Causes

A new study, presented by the Hellenic Thoracic Society (HTC) on Saturday in Trikala, Greece, showed that approximately fifteen thousand Greeks die every year...

Study Finds Greeks Are the World’s Most Stressed People

A survey conducted recently which polled more than 150,000 people in 143 different countries suggests that the Greeks are the most stressed people in...

Study Finds Greek Olives from Kalamata Help Reduce Bad Cholesterol

A new study conducted recently by the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens found that Greece's Kalamata olives help reduce bad cholesterol and improve...

Despite Financial Crisis, Greece Still Better Off In the Eurozone

The Center for European Policy (CEP) published a study on Monday which states that Greece added €2 billion to its economy in the sixteen...

Greece One of Least Prepared Countries in EU for Electric Cars

Netherlands-based automobile leasing and fleet management company, LeasePlan, says that Greece is one of the least prepared countries in Europe to welcome the use...

ILO Finds Real Wages in Greece Fell by 3.5% in 2017

According to a study published by the International Labor Organization (ILO), real wages in Greece fell by 3.5 percent in 2017, the biggest decline...

Quality of Life Improving for Athenians

A recent survey from Eurostat, the European Statistics Authority, shows how Europeans in major cities feel about their their quality of life. There is...

Sixty Percent of Female Victims in Cyprus Don’t Report Violence

Nearly 60 percent of the women who are victims of violence in Cyprus don't report the incident to anyone, according to the shocking results...

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