Trader Poll: Which country will leave the euro currency first?

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The recent wave of rising nationalism, as seen from events such as Brexit and Italy's failed constitutional referendum, has led to doubts about Europe's great experiment and the benefits of the single currency.

Even Otmar Issing, who is regarded as the founding father of the euro, told CNBC in November that his enthusiasm for the currency has waned although he believed the future of the currency remains relatively stable.

The euro has since fallen 3.6 percent against the dollar year to date.

For this week's Trader Poll, tell us which country you think will be the first to ditch the euro currency:

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