One in 3 Greeks has serious money woes

One in three Greeks has serious financial problems, according to a survey carried out in Greece by the International Trade Union Confederation.

The report found that 29 percent of respondents claimed to lack the funds for acquiring basic everyday goods while 10 percent said they were unable to save even a modest amount.

The survey found that an overwhelming majority of Greeks — 87 percent — believe the coungtry is heading in the wrong direction. Meanwhile 77 percent fears that life will be worse for future generations.

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