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nedelja, 22 maja, 2022

Angela Merkel is now more popular among migrants than among Germans

While the right-wing Alternative for Germany sees a massive growth in support, the situation for Angela Merkel is completely different. Like French President Emmanuel Macron, her support is reaching new lows every month.

 

But there’s certainly one group that loves the German Chanchellor: People with migrant backgrounds. Merkel’s conservative bloc, between her CDU and sister party CSU, has become the most popular among migrants. According to a new survey she receives 43 per cent of support among all migrant groups.

Compared to the overall popularity of the bloc, which is at 28 per cent, we can conclude that Merkel is more popular among migrants than among the large majority of native Germans.

She especially lost credibility among the Germans for inviting 1.5 million migrants into Germany and then defending their horrible crimes. Merkel’s decision has resulted, among other things, in terror, rape and murder.

In the meantime, she calls protesting Germans xenophobes or neo-Nazis and is spreading false information about incidents. One of the main examples is the ‘hunt on migrants’ in Chemnitz, which there is no evidence ever took place.

Instead, she fired her intelligence chief who disagreed with her on the issue, as her position becomes weaker and weaker.

Angela Merkel’s duplicity on the effects of migration is too great to swallow and is the quickest way to lose her German voter base.

https://voiceofeurope.com

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