Greek Referendum 5th July 2015

VOTING IS NOW CLOSED, PLEASE DO NOT VOTE.

Our Greek Referendum poll is now closed, thanks to everyone that voted.

The result from our basic poll is shown in the pie chart below:

Greek referendum poll result

So what happens now if our results are representative of the actual results to be declared in Greece in the coming hours? A return to the Drachma, a ‘haircut’ on bank deposits, ATM’s to run dry, who really knows but I think it is safe to say it will be a long and rocky road to recovery for Greece.

We are reliably informed that the official results for the referendum will be posted here and that the financial institutions including the ECB will be following the results very closely.

With over two thirds of the actual referendum now counted in Greece it gives OXI (NO) more than 61% of the vote. So at the moment our poll doesn’t look too far away from the actual result and significantly closer to the actual result than most ‘exit‘ polls in Greece.

Comments are now available at the bottom of this page below Leave a Reply.  We didn’t want to be accused of influencing the result of the vote in any way so Comments wasn’t available until the polls in Greece closed.

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VOTING IS NOW CLOSED, PLEASE DO NOT VOTE.

The Greek Referendum
Yes means accept the Institutions financial package that was offered at the end of June and no means reject the package.
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2 Responses to Greek Referendum 5th July 2015

  1. What next for Greece? says:

    BBC are reporting that Russia’s deputy economy minister believes Greece has now taken “a step towards an exit from the Eurozone”. News from Germany suggests they no longer wish to deal with Alexis Tsipras and Yanis Varoufakis. To me it looks like the Drachma will be reintroduced in due course.

  2. Protaras says:

    It appears that the Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has resigned. About 6 months too late as far as I’m concerned. An absolutely vile man with no thoughts for the Greek people, but this is common place for the ruling elite in Greece (and Cyprus).
    His blog at http://yanisvaroufakis.eu/2015/07/06/minister-no-more/ has the details

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