The EU Commission’s failed vaccine purchasing policy, the weeks-long but inconsistent shutdown, the incomplete rapid test strategy, the backwardness of German schools and daycare centers in the fight against the virus – a lot has happened in the past few weeks.
Accordingly, citizens are increasingly skeptical about the competence of the governing parties CDU, SPD and CSU. That is the result of a representative survey by the opinion research institute Civey for SPIEGEL.
Around 45 percent have little or no confidence that the Union and the SPD will cope with the challenges of the pandemic. Only less than 40 percent of Germans have very high or fairly high levels of trust in the coalition.
The party of Chancellor candidate Olaf Scholz only around 21 percent expressed their confidence more or less.
The aim is then to present plans for possible opening steps – despite the massive spread of the British mutant.
The Chancellor and Prime Minister are actually aiming for an incidence value of 35 in order to take further steps. This value now seems to be a long way off.
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