Poll: Germans relatively satisfied with new coalition government

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Almost half the German population has given the thumbs up to the new coalition government sworn in last month, with Health Minister Karl Lauterbach scoring highly followed by Chancellor Olaf Scholz. The poll, taken between Monday and Wednesday this week by infratest dimap on behalf of public broadcaster ARD, found 46 per cent of respondents were satisfied or very satisfied with the coalition’s work, against 37 per cent expressing dissatisfaction. The remaining 17 per cent declined to express an opinion. Lauterbach received the approval of 66 per cent of the 1,325 respondents polled by phone, w…

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