Majority of Germans against EU-Turkey refugee deal

Only 35 percent of Germans surveyed said they wanted the EU-Turkey deal to continue. Most Germans think the European Union should scrap a landmark migration deal with Turkey and scupper negotiations on its accession to the bloc, according to a

Majority of Germans against EU-Turkey refugee deal

Only 35 percent of Germans surveyed said they wanted the EU-Turkey deal to continue. Most Germans think the European Union should scrap a landmark migration deal with Turkey and scupper negotiations on its accession to the bloc, according to a

Merkel’s popularity plunges in wake of attacks

Public support for Angela Merkel has plummeted in the wake of a series of attacks in Germany, mainly due to the Chancellor’s refugee policy, according to a poll published on Thursday. Forty-seven percent of the 1,000 people who took part

Merkel’s popularity plunges in wake of attacks

Public support for Angela Merkel has plummeted in the wake of a series of attacks in Germany, mainly due to the Chancellor’s refugee policy, according to a poll published on Thursday. Forty-seven percent of the 1,000 people who took part

Majority of Germans don’t blame Merkel’s refugee policy for recent terror attacks: poll

A large majority of Germans do not blame Chancellor Angela Merkel’s refugee policy for two attacks last month carried out by asylum seekers, according to a poll. Both attacks were claimed by “Islamic State.” The Berlin-based pollster Forsa found that

Majority of Germans don’t blame Merkel’s refugee policy for recent terror attacks: poll

A large majority of Germans do not blame Chancellor Angela Merkel’s refugee policy for two attacks last month carried out by asylum seekers, according to a poll. Both attacks were claimed by “Islamic State.” The Berlin-based pollster Forsa found that

Poll: Germans pessimistic on refugees

A minority of Germans have confidence in Chancellor Angela Merkel’s “We can do it” promise of accepting refugees. The YouGov online poll recently surveyed more than 2,000 people on refugees and fear of terror attacks. Merkel coined the motivational slogan

Poll: Germans pessimistic on refugees

A minority of Germans have confidence in Chancellor Angela Merkel’s “We can do it” promise of accepting refugees. The YouGov online poll recently surveyed more than 2,000 people on refugees and fear of terror attacks. Merkel coined the motivational slogan

1 in 3 Danes believe Denmark is at war with Islam

A new survey finds that a sizeable minority of Danes believe that the country is at war with the religion of Islam and its adherents. The survey found that 33 percent of Danes believe that Denmark is at war with

1 in 3 Danes believe Denmark is at war with Islam

A new survey finds that a sizeable minority of Danes believe that the country is at war with the religion of Islam and its adherents. The survey found that 33 percent of Danes believe that Denmark is at war with

Danes: Muslims must speak out against terrorism

A new survey conducted by Megafon found that three out of four Danes want moderate Muslims and imams to be more vocal in dissociating themselves from terrorist acts. The survey, conducted on behalf of TV2 and Politiken, found that only

Danes: Muslims must speak out against terrorism

A new survey conducted by Megafon found that three out of four Danes want moderate Muslims and imams to be more vocal in dissociating themselves from terrorist acts. The survey, conducted on behalf of TV2 and Politiken, found that only

Republicans, Democrats sharply divided over Muslims in America: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Many Americans view Islam unfavorably, and supporters of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump are more than twice as likely to view the religion negatively as those backing Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, according to a Reuters/Ipsos online poll of more

Republicans, Democrats sharply divided over Muslims in America: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Many Americans view Islam unfavorably, and supporters of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump are more than twice as likely to view the religion negatively as those backing Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, according to a Reuters/Ipsos online poll of more