ATHENS—Four opinion polls conducted during Sunday’s bailout referendum suggested more Greeks would vote “no” than “yes” to the demands of the country’s international lenders, an outcome that would set the country on a collision course with the rest of the eurozone.
The referendum result could differ from the opinion polls, which were conducted by telephone on behalf of Greek TV stations. No surveys of voter behavior were conducted at polling stations. The opinion polls suggest the referendum race is close.
Update: After 20pc of the vote is counted, Greeks look to have voted ‘No’ with a 60pc majority against Europe’s bail-out conditions