GREECE VOTES: Some Of Today’s Twitter Reaction And Analysis

ATHENS, GREECE - JULY 5: An Orthodox priest puts a referendum vote in the ballot box at a school on July 5, 2015 in Athens, Greece. The people of Greece are going to the polls to decide if the country should accept the terms and conditions of a bailout with …
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The Economist Intelligence Unit has pinned its colours to the mast:

But they do not predict a rosy future for Greece in any event:

Here’s what analysts at the Royal Bank of Scotland have mapped out for Yes or No victories:

Some are predicting a high turnout (which must be over 40 per cent for a valid result):

But not others:

And others have even started saying the 40 per cent threshold had been crossed:

You pay your BBC Licence Fee for exclusive insight like this news which surprises nobody, nowhere:

Slightly more insightfully:

Age is dividing some, on the one hand unemployed youth:

On the other hand, pensioned seniors:

Some of the usual suspects want their say:

And some seem quite relaxed about it:

But there’s still time for cartoons:

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