Study: Majority of Germans are uncomfortable expressing opinions in public – Especially concerning Islam and refugees | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Study: Majority of Germans are uncomfortable expressing opinions in public – Especially concerning Islam and refugees

Only around 20 per cent of the Germans are comfortable expressing their opinions freely in public. Most feel like censorship is taking over especially when it comes to the taboo subjects of refugees and Islam.

The study also found that most Germans feel comfortable expressing their views among friends but not in public because there are too many unwritten laws, which opinions are acceptable and which aren’t.

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