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Sunday, 14 July 2013
A clear majority of Finns believe that the Eurozone will disintegrate within the next five years
The Finnish government still believes that the Eurozone is here to stay, but ordinary Finns are are much more realistic about the fate of the failed European common currency. A recent poll confirms that a a clear majority of Finns believe that the current Eurozone will disintegrate within the next five years:
Around 60 percent of respondents said they felt that in five years’ time the Eurozone will not have retained its present shape. Over a third responded that the current form of monetary union would not survive past 2018.
Lassi Ojala, a research leader at Think If Laboratories, the body that conducted the poll, claims that Finns seem to expect the weaker European countries to drop out of the monetary union.