German consumers would not give Greece financial help – at least not out of pocket.

According to a Good Finance survey, well over 65% of participants would not lend money to Greece! In addition, more than 70% of respondents believe the crisis will permanently affect the relationship between Germans and Greeks.

The online survey on the Good Finance blog was attended by 1338 people who voted between 2 July 2015 and 8 July 2015.

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The survey results in tabular form you can here download.

Good Finance CEO Alexander Artopé analyzes the survey result.

“German consumers convinced that saving is inevitable”

“The results of the Good Finance survey basically reflect the outcome of the Greek referendum – but with exactly opposite signs,” says Artopé. “While well over 62 percent of Greeks have opposed the US’s austerity targets, around 65 percent of the survey participants don’t want to lend money to the Greeks.”

“The rejection of the survey participants is probably the conviction of German consumers that in difficult financial situations, saving and change is inevitable,” Artopé continued. “And if that’s not the case, as in the case of Greece, it’s more against it.”

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“The rejection of the survey participants is probably the conviction of German consumers that in difficult financial situations, saving and change is inevitable,” Artopé continued. “And if that’s not the case, as in the case of Greece, it’s more against it.”

According to a Good Finance survey, well over 65% of participants would not lend money to Greece! In addition, more than 70% of respondents believe the crisis will permanently affect the relationship between Germans and Greeks.

 

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