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Simerini: 65% of people say that a Cyprus solution will not happen in 2016

Simerini: 65% of people say that a Cyprus solution will not happen in 2016

The New Year, 2016, will not be the year that the Cyprus problem is solved 65 per cent of people polled in a study published by the IMR institute at the University of Nicosia showed on Friday, in Sigma TV’s report. Most people were not optimistic about many of the issues that they were polled

New poll outlines ordinary Greek Cypriots’ ‘red lines’

A new poll of Greek Cypriots, released on Sunday,  has found the vast majority favour an end to guarantees, the withdrawal of all Turkish troops and settlers, and the non-equation of ‘current users’ of Greek Cypriot properties with the legal owners. The islandwide poll of 1,000 people was carried out in September for Sigmalive by

Akinci the winner οn 2 new polls for the 19 April elections

Turkish Cypriot Gezete360 news portal (02.04.15) reports that the Gezici Research Company announced today the results of a public opinion poll held between 21 and 22 March 2015 regarding the preferences of the inhabitants in the occupied area of Cyprus for the forthcoming “presidential elections” of the 19th of April. The survey was held with

New survey on the “presidential elections” shows @DervisEroglu to receive 42%

Turkish Cypriot daily Kibris Postasi newspaper 917.03.15) reports that the “Karina Research Institute” (GAE) announced the results of a survey they carried out on the “presidential elections” to be held on April 19. According to the results, Dervis Eroglu is ahead with 42% of the votes, CTP candidate Siber has 29%, Mustafa Akinci has 20%,

Poll among T/c regarding publics thoughts & solution models for Cyprus issue

Sociologist Kudret Akay released the results of social leanings poll he carried out regarding the public’s thoughts and solution models to the Cyprus issue. Akay found that the TCs were not leaning towards a solution based on peace, brotherhood or joint state concepts but on more pragmatic interests. Akay said the poll showed that there