Germans demand to revise migration policy
According to a survey conducted by the Public Opinion Research Institute Emnid, most Germans said "yes" to the demand of Ministers-President of the Free State of Bavaria Horst Seehofer to revise German policy on migration and security after the terrorist attack in Berlin.
According to the data, 68% of Germans are in favor of adoption of new measures, 30% voted against it. More than 80% of respondents expressed the need to strengthen video surveillance in public areas. More than 500 people participated in the survey.