Decline in Sentix Euro Break-Up Survey

The 1,000 or so participants in Sentix’s monthly survey of whether or not a country will leave the euro collectively decided that the risk has subsided (slightly):

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The decline to 41% (from nearly 50% in April) was mostly attributable to risks related to Greece’s membership in the common currency (black line):

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Cyprus (in grey) was also determined to be less likely to exit the Euro zone, while the number of respondents who believe that Italy (in light blue) might exit rose ever so slightly:

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