29.10.2021 – 18:00
RTL Germany GmbH
According to a current forsa survey on behalf of RTL and ntv, 61 percent of German citizens would find it right if offers such as gastronomy, retail or events were only available to vaccinated and convalescent people in the coming winter in Germany. 36 percent are against such an extension of the “2G rule”. The proposal to expand the “2G rule” met with above-average approval among those over 60 (73%) and among supporters of the SPD (74%), Union (71%) and Greens (68%). AfD voters (75%) are above average against an expansion.
49 percent of those surveyed believe that further restrictions on access to public services for unvaccinated people would significantly increase the vaccination rate. On the other hand, 47 percent do not believe that this would significantly increase the vaccination rate. In particular, respondents from the east of the republic (60%) and AfD voters (69%) are mostly against this assumption.
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The data was collected by the market and opinion research institute forsa on behalf of RTL Germany on October 29, 2021. Database: 1,012 respondents. Statistical error tolerance: +/- 3 percentage points.
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