Thursday October 22, 2020

Germans divided on merits of Europe, poll shows

Nearly half of Germans think they would be better off if they were not in the European Union, according to an opinion poll by research firm TNS Emnid, Die Welt reports.

17th September, 2012
49 per cent of Germans think they be better off if they were not in the EU

Nearly half of Germans think they would be better off if they were not in the European Union, according to an opinion poll by research firm TNS Emnid, Die Welt reports.

The poll, which was commissioned by the Bertelsmann Foundation, found 49 per cent of Germans thought they would be better off outside the EU.

It also showed that 65 per cent think Germany is worse off than when the euro was introduced more than 10 years ago.

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