Research: the Eurozone debt crisis is the main fear of the Germans
The debt crisis in the Euro area is the main fear of the Germans, leaving behind concerns about the increased cost of living and the welfare of natural factors, informs one of the largest German insurance companies R V
" most of the concerns of the citizens of Germany have to do with money, status of natural factors and their own health, " he said at a press conference in Berlin Rita Akli, head of the information centre of the organization. In a study conducted by the company each year, participate presumably 2, 4 thousand people.
Debt falling in the Euro area are afraid of 60 % of Germans. According to political scientist Professor Manfred G. Schmidt, the Inhabitants of the country has every reason to worry on that score. Germany is a country that offers mired in debt to the EU support in too large quantities, he said.
Other major fears of the Germans to be associated with increased cost of living (58%), natural disasters (51 percent), the need for care in old age (51%), serious illness (47 percent), and the collapse of the Euro due to Debt falls (45 percent).
12-th line published R V ranked as the conflict in Ukraine: fears, however, associated with it, in 37 % of Germans.