monocle_layton said:
GoOnKid said:


Right. I am very happy that she doesn't need some sort of agenda to push like building a wall or such nonsense. She stands for professionalism and sobriety. Since she runs the country germany executes much better economically and regained a lot of international trust. Don't fucking up a country means picking the right decisions every day, which is by far not as easy as some may think. It's also worth mentioning that this is a time where she opposes to far rights throughout the entire world, not only within germany, and she's doing very fine.

What are her approval ratings? I can't find anything recent

On the question of whether she is a good chancelor or not this survey shows that 69% of the votes favor her.

Unfortunately I don't know how reliable or how old this is.

This article says she has an approval rate of 59% in august 2017. She lost ten points compared to the last survey, which conveniently fits my first source.

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