In this article from Kathimerini, we find that judges and policemen in Greece blame immigrants for the rise in crime in Greece over the last few years.
More than 88 percent of judges and over 93 percent of police officers believe that migrants are either totally or partially to blame for an increase in the crime rate over the last decade, according to a survey conducted by Evangelia Vagena-Paleologou, a doctor of criminology and a judicial official.
I have to say these figures aren't surprising. This sort of prejudice is readily apparent in America as well. Immigrants are also blamed for unemployment in Greece (again, you can hear the same things in America).
Are they right? Perhaps to an extent. The rising crime rate could be relative to increasing immigration and increasing Greek violence towards immigration. The unemployment rate could rise because with immigrants added to the rolls perhaps the percentages are higher.
Of the 250 judges who took part in the survey, three-quarters felt that the public has a negative view of migrants. Half of the 412 policemen questioned said they believe that Greeks are racist and almost 14 percent said they thought immigrants should be treated more strictly than Greeks.
Wow, at least they are being honest. American policemen would never cite people as racist, especially themselves.
Good luck getting John Roberts' opinion on similar matters in America. He is only going to be a Supreme Court justice. We don't really need to know what they think, do we?