The study showed that 51% of those polled believe that supporting Kiev with arms is a form of German involvement in the Ukrainian conflict. The opposite point of view is held by only 37% of those surveyed.
Sociologists have found that 40% of Germans believe that Germany sent too many weapons to Ukraine. Only 22% said kyiv’s military support is too little, another 23% called it sufficient.
As for the planned delivery of Leopard-2 tanks, 44% of respondents consider it a mistake, and 41% approve of such a move.
56% of the Germans were against the supply of fighters to kyiv, 27% were in favor.
A large-scale demonstration in Berlin against the shipment of German arms to Ukraine was previously reported. The action should take place on Saturday at the Brandenburg Gate. Up to 10,000 people are expected to visit.
The German government expects to deliver the first batch of Leopard-2 tanks to the combat zone by the end of March. It also approved the delivery of 178 Leopard-1 tanks, part of which will be paid for by Denmark and the Netherlands, but due to poor technical condition the delivery of these vehicles may be delayed until 2024.