What Greeks fear

What Greeks fear

Greeks feel less insecure than other European citizens, according to a survey by Kappa Research.

As the study shows, 78% of citizens consider Greece to be a safe country.

In comparison with other countries, 41% of interviewees consider Greece safer and 25.6% equally safe.

There is also a high degree of trust in the security forces, with the Fire Service coming out on top, trusted by 97%.

On the other hand, Greeks are afraid of an economic crisis, earthquakes and Internet exchanges, while the vast majority of those asked considers that the State should make it a priority to stamp out crime and strengthen National Security, as well as to improve road safety.


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