Large parts of the electorate cannot identify with Hubert Aiwanger’s stance on the corona vaccination. There is applause, especially from one camp.
Augsburg – According to a survey, a majority of Germans consider the statements critical of the vaccination by Bavaria’s Minister of Economic Affairs, Hubert Aiwanger * (Free Voters), to be wrong.
Corona vaccination: The majority considers Aiwanger statements to be problematic
According to a representative survey by the opinion research institute Civey on behalf of the Augsburger Allgemeine (Tuesday edition) “rather wrong” or “clearly wrong” that Aiwanger, as Deputy Prime Minister of Bavaria, had repeatedly expressed himself critical of corona vaccinations.
Only a little more than a quarter of the respondents (28.4 percent) stated that they considered this approach “clearly correct” or “more or less correct”.
As a result of Aiwanger’s statements, the CSU parliamentary group leader in Bavaria has now suggested that he withdraw. in the Merkur.de *-Interview said Thomas Kreuzer of “cheap calculation” and stated: “I don’t understand what Aiwanger is doing here.”
Aiwanger warns against “hunting” the unvaccinated: AfD voters in particular agree
Most of the respondents in favor of Aiwanger’s publicly expressed vaccination criticism came from AfD voters: 74.8 percent of them said that they found Aiwanger’s statements “clearly correct”. The rejection was strongest among voters of the Greens: 73.5 percent of those questioned stated that the statements were “clearly wrong”. (dpa / lks)
Everything fictional, everything invented: This is what the Puchheim doctor Rainer Jund emphasizes when it comes to his book about everyday life at the vaccination front. It lets through something of the madness that he just experienced at the beginning of the Corona *. * Merkur.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.