Islam does not belong in Germany, 60% agree with AfD. Political rivals may brand the right-wing German party AfD xenophobic for claiming that there is “no place for Islam in Germany” in its political program, but 60 percent of the country’s citizens agree with the idea, according to a new poll.
Typical. There is generally a PC core of about 10 to 15%, and some others who will be convinced by or not oppose the PC position on any particular issue. Think of it is a game of improv, where the PC people loudly assert a position first through their friendly media, after which it seems rude or out of place to contradict them — even though most people think their heads are full of rocks.
I n January 2015, 37 percent of people said that Islam had a place in Germany, but the figure in the latest poll dropped to just 22 percent.Only supporters of the Green party were more in favor of Islam than against it (42 percent vs 39 percent). Forty-six percent of Germans said they were concerned that their country could be taken over by proponents of political Islam.
hat-tip Stephen Neil