Olaf Schulz continued to lose popularity. According to an opinion poll, only 19% of respondents are satisfied with the German Chancellor. Meanwhile, the anti-immigration Alternative for Germany (AfD) party is already in second place on the party popularity list.
“Welt am Sonntag conducted a survey on how people think about immigration and whether the public believes the current federal government is capable of doing the immigration job.” – Reported by Katalin Knoll, public media correspondent in Berlin.
To the last question, 69 percent of people answered “no” – Catalin Knoll presented the survey data, which highlighted that according to the participants, the German government is no longer able to solve the tasks related to immigration, and 70 percent of the participants believe that
Germany should not accept more immigrants.
The peculiarity of this poll is that people who sympathize with one of the ruling parties also feel the same way.
Featured image source: German Chancellor Olaf Scholz arrives at the EU summit at the ET building in Brussels on October 26, 2023, the first day of the summit. Photo: MTI/EPA/Olivier Matisse