More specifically, when asked how much they are worried about the disease in Greece, 30% answered “a lot”, 33% “too much”, 20% “moderate”, 13% “a little”, 6% “very little” and 7% said “no”. A 4% of the respondents stated “don’t know/don’t want to answer”.
At the same time, there is growing concern about the economic impact of the coronavirus crisis as 66% now believe the economic situation will be more difficult in the coming months.
Regarding the government’s handling of the pandemic, 63% believe that the measures were relaxed at the right time, while 15% believe that they should have done it earlier. It is also noteworthy that only 44% state that they will implement the measures more or less and 34% state that they will implement them moderately, while a percentage of 17% state that they will not implement them!
In the political indicators, Kyriakos Mitsotakis maintains almost twice the percentage (51%) in the suitability for prime minister against Alexis Tsipras (23%).
The difference in the intention to vote is also overwhelming as New Democracy is at 42.5% compared to 22% for SYRIZA.