Fewer and fewer Germans are satisfied with their state. This is the result of a recent Allensbach survey. Some 80 percent of all Germans are of the opinion that the state is inhibiting itself in its development through too much bureaucracy. This also means that fewer and fewer believe in a good economic future. Only 39 percent still think that Germany will still be one of the leaders in the world economy in 15 years. In the past, this number used to be almost 60 percent.
Some 68 percent of all Germans are dissatisfied with so-called digital progress. Only 14 percent of Germans believe that Germany has emerged stronger from the crises of recent years. And half believe that many things are no longer working properly in their country. This is not good for the German government, nor is it an optimistic assessment of the future.
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