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Germans divided on plans to fast-track citizenship: survey

By DW
11 December 2022   |   12:39 pm
What do Germans think of their government? What do they make of citizenship reform? Do they support doing business with Qatar? Who will win the Football World Cup? The regular ARD Deutschlandtrend survey has the answers.

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