More than two thirds of the German population would not support a bailout of debt-ridden Greece, according to a poll published Sunday in a leading German newspaper.
The survey, in Bild am Sonntag, the Sunday edition of the country's bestselling newspaper, showed that 67% of Germans did not want their country, or other European Union (EU) states, to extend credit to cash-strapped Greece. Additionally, 53% of those polled said Greece should be expelled from the eurozone if necessary, a proposition
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