Poll finds 61 per cent of Greeks think the euro has no future

It has now been a month since the beginning of the Cypriot crisis, and while many commentators are confident that the crisis is over, the incident appears to have done more lasting damage to what people think of the euro project.

The latest public issue poll shows that 61 per cent of Greeks now believe the euro has no future, an increase from 41 per cent last month.

Several declarations that Cyprus is not a template have done little to abate fears, nor has empty talk of a Eurozone recovery, green tips of which have so far been hard to spot.