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Germans more afraid of Donald Trump than the coronavirus

By DW
12 September 2020   |   8:25 am
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Trump tops the list of things Germans fear the most, a new survey found. But in a twist that surprised researchers, Germans reported feeling less scared overall than they've been in years.

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