Germans are not Happy with their Current Government
In a general sense, the support for the Social Democratic Party stands at 19%.
Nearly two-thirds of German citizens have claimed they’re unhappy with the current work of Olaf Scholz, the German Chancellor, and his coalition. Since taking office in December, Olaf Scholz and his administration have faced multiple obstacles. However, only 25% of Germans say that the Social Democratic party is doing well. In March, 46% of individuals were saying the same thing.
Referencing March again, when the polling was conducted in March, 39% of Germans claimed they disapproved of Olaf Scholz’s work. Now, that figure has nearly doubled to 62% of Germans saying Scholz and his administration are doing terribly. In a general sense, the support for the Social Democratic Party stands at 19%. 65% of Germans are unhappy with the three-way coalition government’s work as a whole.