UK Guardian — Greek voters bucked a trend by not favouring the political right but, like other Europeans, they were driven by financial fears

In voting George Papandreou’s Socialists back into power, Greeks bucked a Europe-wide trend currently favouring the political right that is likely to be capped by a Conservative victory in Britain next year. But in terms of issues that most influenced voter choices, Greece’s general election seems to have largely followed the pattern of other European polls.

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