Exodos or no exodos

Many rule out Greece's exit from the eurozone. The Greeks most of all! 

The president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, could not have been clearer when he said, “We are prepared for all kinds of events, but I am excluding at 100% this Grexit, or Greek exit” from the eurozone. Despite similar statements in Brussels as elsewhere, there has been talk of what could happen should Greece withdraw from the monetary union.

It may sound like a paradox, but it is the Greeks who are currently the least committed to this hypothesis. According to an opinion poll conducted by the University of Macedonia and commissioned by Greek broadcaster Skai, 84% of the population is firmly convinced of the need to remain in the eurozone, even at the cost of signing a new loan agreement, while a mere 13% is against it, and 4% are undecided.

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