“ It usually consists of reporting basic details, misrepresentation of facts and ignorance of contextual issues. The journalist lacks in-depth knowledge of the situation and is usually disoriented because of the strangeness of the environment he is in. The information gathered is usually from bureaucratic sources and may contain propaganda.”
According to poll: Fifty-nine percent of respondents believed that the euro would have "more negative consequences than positives ones." Only 23% were convinced of the benefits, and 18% were unsure what would happen.