FYROM’s citizens do not understand the government’s name dispute policy, according to the latest published opinion poll in FYROM. The new poll, conducted by Transparency – Zero Corruption, revealed some very interesting statistics which were published in the yesterday’s paper of Nova Makedonija daily.
- More than 60% of citizens do not know what the red line the government is talking about is, neither what a reasonable compromise is. Almost 70% of citizens do not know what Greece wants.
– Every second citizen is certain that the compromise would mean also a change of the “Macedonian” national identity, with the attitudes of Albanians and Slavs being completely different. Nearly 80% of Slavs would not accept a change in the name in exchange for NATO and EU membership and over 80% of Albanians think the name should be changed.
- Two thirds of Slavs would not accept a change even with guarantees that the language and identity would not be altered, unlike 90% of Albanians who would accept these conditions.
– More than half of Slavs believe the name dispute will not be solved and 40% of Albanians are sure there will be a solution soon.
– Both Slavs and Albanians say they do not have enough information about the positions of FYROM and Greece.
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