The vast majority of Germans is satisfied with the way the policy is going against the Corona of a pandemic. In a recent survey, submitted by the Forsa and the Ifo Institute, says, 65 percent of the participants had referred to the March of the policy measures adopted against the spread of the Coronavirus as the "just right". 17 out of a hundred respondents would have preferred an even stricter approach, which is also 17 per cent had referred to the measures as "too harsh". The managing Director of the Forsa Institute, Manfred Güllner, presented the study in Berlin on Monday and pointed out that more than 30,000 had been selected as representative persons had been interviewed. The survey period ran from 8. up to 20. June.
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The satisfaction in East and West Germany differ only slightly from each other. In the East, a total of 63 percent of the respondents were in agreement with the approach of the policy, in the West, there were 65. Women were in even greater extent (69 percent) to agree than men (61 percent). The satisfaction grew with age. 77 percent of respondents at the age of eighty years or more were in agreement.
In the occupational groups was the largest consent of the Lockdown rules for civil servants (67 percent), the least in the farmers (47 percent). Even of the respondents are self-employed, 58 percent expressed satisfaction with the approach of the policy, after all, 26 percent were of the opinion that to taken strict measures had been.
Among the supporters of most parties, the consent rate was almost consistently at a high or very high: CDU/CSU 72 percent, SPD 71, Green 70. In the case of the FDP and the Left of the trailers there were still 60 per cent, only of the AfD supporters showed only 30 per cent agree, 48 per cent expressed, however, that the measures were too strict. The most recent relaxations to be assessed Essentially as right (47 percent) or too early (34 percent). Only 15 out of a hundred respondents criticized the loosening of not going far enough.
the Federal health Minister Jens Spahn, who was present at the presentation of the study, announced that Germany will work during its presidency of the European Union to greater independence of Europe in the supply of drugs.Updated Date: 13 July 2020, 14:19