The vast majority of the German citizens would not reject the imposition of an upper limit on the number of asylum seekers allowed across the German borders, according to the results of an opinion poll conducted by Infratest.
The Local Germany reported that according to the survey, only 11 percent of Germans disagree with the idea of the upper limit. The majority of the people asked (38 percent) said that the government must only allow 200,000 asylum seekers to enter Germany per year. Twenty ...
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