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Most Germans say freedom of speech is in jeopardy, many name Islam and patriotism among topics they cannot speak freely about
A majority of German citizens believe that freedom of expression is in danger, the latest poll shows. Patriotism and Islam were named among topics one should be particularly careful about.
Only 45% of Germans still believe they can express their political opinion freely, says a survey conducted by the Allensbach Institute for Demoscopy – one of Germany’s oldest and most respectable polling agencies.
That is the lowest figure since 1953, when the institute started conducting such polls. Just a few years ago, two-thirds of Germans believed that nothing stops them from expressing their opinion freely.
Most believe that their freedom of expression is in danger, while 44% feel one had better be careful about what one says, according to the survey published in Germany’s FAZ newspaper on Wednesday.