People shop at Athens main market on April 27, 2015. AFP PHOTO / LOUISA GOULIAMAKI
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A small majority of Greeks are dissatisfied with the new government's performance, and half want it to compromise with its European creditors if current tortuous bailout negotiations do not progress, a poll published over the weekend showed.The poll, carried out by ALCO for the Proto Thema Sunday newspaper, found 52 percent were not satisfied with the government's performance since its Jan. 25 election win, compared to 39 percent who were. If creditors don't accept Greece's proposals, 50 percent want the government to compromise and 36 percent want a rupture.In a February poll by Metron Analysis, 68 percent of respondents had said they were satisfied with the government's handling of the negotiations, compared to 23 percent who objected.The poll, conducted April 20-23, had a margin of error of 3.1 percent and questioned 1,000 people nationwide.
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