Only 20 percent of FYROM’s citizens support no change in the name, according to a new survey which was published yesterday by FYROM’s A1 . According to the report, the rest might consider the solution of accepting adjectives, as a qualifier for the name, as long as it does not “threaten” their identity.
The survey shows that 30 percent of the population supports the name change, predominantly ethnic Albanians and members of other communities.
According to the report, the poll was commissioned by the government, showing also that the majority, over 40 percent of citizens want a referendum on themselves to decide whether to accept a possible compromise with Greece.
Here is an imperfect “Google” translation of the article:
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