K but what the level of quialty for the people are greeks people much better off compared to the ottomans? and if they have they noticed that will there be a sense of nationalism growing thereWell ITTL, Greece has about 60,000 km^2 of territory as opposed to the 47,000 k^2 they had in OTL. This includes the OTL territory of the Peloponnese, Attica, Central Greece, Euboea, the Cyclades Islands and the Sporades Islands in addition to the municipalities of Arta, Preveza, Domokos, and Almyros on the mainland and the islands of Crete, Chios, Icaria, Psara, Samos, and the Fournoi archipelago. The Ottomans in comparison control about 70,000 km^2 of modern Greece (Thessaly, Epirus, East/Central/West Macedonia, West Thrace, the North Aegean Islands, and the Dodecanese Islands). That number does not include territories inhabited by Greeks like the Aegean Coast of Anatolia, or the Black Sea Coast of Anatolia, or the Straights Region, or Cyprus, etc. Finally the Ionian Islands under British control are around 2,300 km^2.
In terms of population Greece presently has about 1.2 million people ITTL, give or take a few thousand people. About 490,000 live in the Peloponnese, another 130,000 live in Attica-Boeotia, Crete has about 170,000 people, Central Greece has about 180,000 people, the Cyclades have around 110,000 people, and Chios-Samos have around 55,000 people, and Euboea has around 55,000 people. In comparison, Greece only had around 986,000 people in OTL in 1848. However, the Ottoman Empire still has roughly 3.3 to 3.4 million Greeks within its borders ITTL, which is relatively similar to OTL.
All of this amounts to a stronger Greek economy relative to OTL, as they have more people to tax, employ, etc and more territory to cultivate, develop, extract resources from, etc.