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If polls in Germany are anything like here in the states then I wouldn't hold it in much regard. Watching the 24hr news stations you see anchors quoting multiple polls throughout the day. Should all those be trusted? I would say no. Most are referenced only when they support the anchors or networks point of view.

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If polls in Germany are anything like here in the states then I wouldn't hold it in much regard. Watching the 24hr news stations you see anchors quoting multiple polls throughout the day. Should all those be trusted? I would say no. Most are referenced only when they support the anchors or networks point of view.

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If I was German , I wouldn't want Greece in the Euro either.

OT:My Mom is from Finland and said a few years ago when she went to the bank there (Finland), they were all pushing sales pitches of higher interest rates, so she asked how? Answer: They put it in Greek banks

Any Germans in the house to chime in?

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Well I am German, half at least while my mom is 100%. I'm not saying Germans don't have a valid reason for wanting the Greeks out. I'm just asking how valid is the poll? Who conducted it, who did they poll, how many people where polled, was it a true cross section of Germans by age and region, etc.

Sorry, I just question everything by nature.

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