An employee last Thursday at the Corona test center in Ingelheim (Rhineland-Palatinate)
Almost two thirds of Germans currently think the corona epidemic is the biggest problem – not only because of the financial impact. Climate protection has moved into the background as a topic.
DThe corona pandemic is currently the greatest concern for Germans. In a survey by the polling company Forsa for the broadcasters RTL and n-tv, 60 percent of the participants named the pandemic as the biggest problem, as the broadcasters said on Saturday. 44 percent fear particularly the negative effects of the crisis on the German economy.
A year ago, the survey reportedly identified climate change as the most pressing challenge facing society. In the current survey, however, only ten percent named this topic as the biggest problem.
As in other surveys, the Union is soaring in the Forsa survey. As in the previous Forsa survey, the CDU and CSU continue to receive 39 percent approval. The SPD also made no move to the previous poll; it is 16 percent. The Greens also have 15 percent. The FDP increased one percentage point to six percent.
On the other hand, the AfD loses one point and is now only one digit with nine percent. The left still has eight percent. On behalf of RTL and n-tv, Forsa surveyed 2505 people from Monday to Friday this week for the survey.