Population decline tops Greeks’ concerns

March 10, 2020

Greece’s demographic decline represents the greatest perceived threat to the country’s future, according to the latest survey by think tank diaNEOsis, published in Kathimerini’s Sunday edition, which also found that immigration and relations with Turkey were among the top concerns cited by respondents.


The country’s shrinking population is the top concern for 47.1 percent of Greeks, according to the study, which also found that 64 percent of Greeks aged between 25-39 percent have no children.



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