According to the results of the survey commissioned by the public broadcaster ARD, 79 of the participants; He is dissatisfied with the coalition government of the Social Democratic Party (SPD), the Greens and the Free Democratic Party (FDP).
It was stated that only 19 percent of the participants were satisfied with the work of the government, while 2 percent did not express an opinion on this issue.
In the survey, the opposition Christian Unity Parties (CDS-CSU) voted 29 percent, SPD 14 percent, Greens 16 percent and FDP 6 percent.
The vote rate of the far-right Alternative Party for Germany (AfD), which has been seen to increase its votes recently, was determined as 22 percent.
It was noted that those who participated in the survey with 1310 people saw the economy and immigration as the first of the most important problems in Germany.