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The can think of only a few German really. A recent survey shows, those who would dispense with the set of wheels most likely. Berlin - wants to give up, in S

Would you do without your car to protect the environment?

The can think of only a few German really. A recent survey shows, those who would dispense with the set of wheels most likely. Berlin - wants to give up, in S

Would you do without your car to protect the environment?

The can think of only a few German really. A recent survey shows, those who would dispense with the set of wheels most likely.

Berlin - wants to give up, in Spite of the discussions on climate change and nitrogen oxide emissions, a new survey shows that in Germany only a small part of driving the car.

majority doesn't want to compromise on car

abandon Nearly two thirds of motorists surveyed (63.9 percent) do not "or" definitely not "could" imagine more, for the protection of the environment on the car , a Civey-survey for the "daily mirror". 27.7 percent considered this, however, is conceivable. At the same time, about three-quarters of all respondents agree that the Federal government is doing too little for public transport or cyclists. Around 2500 people were surveyed.

especially voters of the Greens (60 per cent) and the Left (almost 50%) are on the broad waiver'm ready , the survey found. On the other hand, is for 73.3 percent of the Union-trailer and 80.3 percent of FDP voters not to imagine - under the AfD-voters, be it even for 86.9 percent. Especially in the country wanted - or could - hardly anyone on the car, in the cities at least more than half. Overall, the willingness in East Germany was low.

After all, 55.9 percent of respondents - especially in the densely populated cities - according to the survey, against the project, by 2030, no cars with internal combustion engines in Germany more new. Supporters of the SPD, the Left and especially the Greens were a majority.

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dpa

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Publish Date : 08 Şubat 2019 Cuma 12:02

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