Majority of Germans feel they cannot take in any more refugees, survey finds

A majority of Germans have for the first time said the country cannot take in any more refugees, according to a recent survey.

A study by the Bertelsmann Foundation found that a vast majority of Germans still say immigrants and refugees are “very welcoming, or quite welcoming.”

But the number of people who felt Germany had reached the point where it could no longer take in refugees had risen to 54 per cent, up from just 40 per cent in 2015.

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  • JoKeR

    Obviously they need to bring in an easy euthanasia law to make more room for those hard working asylum-claimants.

  • Dana Garcia

    Merkel has imported an invading army of the traditional enemies of Europe.

    Since all the young males (3/4/ of “refugees”) are hooked up to social media, they can easily organize mass attacks, as seems to have happened in the New Years Cologne rape-in.

  • Editor

    As long as they don’t share that opinion on Facebook, Twitter or Youtube they should be ok. Just vibrant cultural diversity.