Eighty Two Percent of Germans do not trust the US as a solid partner

By far most of Germans do not trust the US as a solid partner with regards to political collaboration, as indicated by another survey. It comes after Chancellor Merkel said that Europe can never again depend on Washington.

The survey, carried by  TV supplier ZDF, found that 82 percent of Germans do not trust the US as a solid partner, with just 14 percent trusting it is. The remaining 4 percent were uncertain.

It comes after German Chancellor Angela Merkel expressed recently that Europe “needs to take its fate into its own hands,” noting that “it’s no longer the case that the United States will simply just protect us.”

Merkel’s announcement came after US President Donald Trump hauled out of the Iran atomic arrangement, regardless of Germany, the UK, and France encouraging him to remain some portion of the agreement.

In any case, the greater part (65%) of Germans are as yet idealistic that the rest of the signatories of the Iran bargain – the UK, France, Germany, China, and Russia – will be fruitful at keeping with the agreement. Twenty-eight percent, however, are wary that it can proceed without Washington.

In the interim, the study members were likewise gotten some information about whether Russia is a solid partner, with more individuals (36%) seeing Moscow as reliable than Washington.

The survey was carried by ZDF and directed by the Mannheim Research Group. Meetings were led via telephone with 1,200 arbitrary members between May 15-17.