JOHN PSAROPOULOS, Freelance Reporter, to Judy Woodruff:
There’s a lot of insecurity, particularly among the old, who remember the Second World War. They have actually lived through starvation, famine, occupation. They have been hoarding money and food in their houses expecting the worst after the election if Greece really were to leave the Eurozone.
Among younger people, there’s a slightly different attitude. People are really taking a hopeful attitude, but a rather fearful one. So really they’re just praying and hoping for the best. It is a time of enormous uncertainty. The election is too close to call. And no one really feels certain about what’s going to happen on Monday morning.