Critical to the federal government: Germans see no plan against the consequences of war

What is the governing coalition in Berlin doing to combat the negative consequences of the war? In a survey for RTL/ntv, a large majority of Germans believe that the federal government does not have a well thought-out plan to deal with them.

Critical to the federal government: Germans see no plan against the consequences of war

What is the governing coalition in Berlin doing to combat the negative consequences of the war? In a survey for RTL/ntv, a large majority of Germans believe that the federal government does not have a well thought-out plan to deal with them. Many doubt the reliability of the energy supply.

The fighting in Ukraine and the weapons are one thing, the impact of the Russian invasion on everyday life in Germany is another. Only 23 percent of German citizens believe that the federal government has well thought-out concepts for dealing with the negative consequences of war for citizens and the economy. On the other hand, 70 percent believe that the federal government does not have any well thought-out concepts for coping. A majority of the supporters of the three governing parties - especially the supporters of the FDP - do not believe that the government has any concepts for dealing with the negative consequences of the war for citizens and the economy in Germany.

Mainly the energy supply is threatened by the conflict with Russia. 62 percent of Germans are very or very worried that the energy supply in Germany will be endangered by the Ukraine war in the coming autumn and winter. 38 percent worry less or not at all. Mainly the supporters of the Union, 74 percent, as well as 80 percent of the AfD supporters see a possible threat to the energy supply. This is least often the case among supporters of the Greens. It is 47 percent of them.

Furthermore, many argue that a longer service life for the remaining nuclear power plants should at least be considered. 69 percent of Germans are currently of the opinion that the planned shutdown of all nuclear power plants in Germany should be reconsidered in order to secure the energy supply. 29 percent think it should take place as planned. Of the supporters of the Greens, 43 percent are now in favor of reconsidering the phase-out of nuclear energy planned for this year.

Actually, the last three nuclear power plants in Germany should go offline this year: Isar 2 in Landshut, Bavaria, Emsland in Lower Saxony and Neckarwestheim 2 in Baden-Württemberg. The Federal Ministry for the Environment rejects an extension of the term. After weighing the benefits and risks, longer operation of the three nuclear power plants is not recommended, a ministry spokesman recently said.

The data was collected by the market and opinion research institute Forsa on behalf of RTL Germany from June 24th to 27th, 2022. Database: 1005 respondents. Statistical error tolerance: /- 3 percentage points.

More information about ForsaForsa surveys commissioned by RTL Germany

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