Health & Fit majority does not want Merkel back to a clear majority of Germans as Chancellor, Angela Merkel (CDU) does not want to go back as Chancellor, according to a survey. 71 percent of those surveyed do not want to have the politician back in office, as a repre
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© Sven Hoppe/dpa 43 percent of the respondents find that Merkel was better as the Chancellor than the current head of government Olaf Scholz (SPD), 41 percent are the opposite view, and 16 percent are tie in the question.
The survey was created by Civey in an online survey on November 24, 2022. The sample size is 5003 representative of representative citizens from 18. The questions were: "Do you want Angela Merkel back as Chancellor?" And "Was Angela Merkel better than Chancellor Olaf Scholz as Chancellor?"
majority demands restrictions for smokers from e-cigarettes .
in non-smoking areas should no longer be revealed e-cigarettes and evaporators. A majority of Germans want that. The drug order is open to this. © Lisa Ducret/dpa (symbol image) A man smokes an e-cigarette. According to the survey, a majority of Germans want a harder approach to e-cigarettes and tobacco eras in non-smoking areas. © Lisa Ducret/dpa (symbol image) Heidelberg. According to a survey, a majority of Germans would like a harder approach to e-cigarettes and tobacco.