Since two violent attacks in Bavaria by Islamist fanatics Chancellor Angela Merkel has come under pressure for her open-door refugee policy. But most Germans see things differently.

A survey conducted by Forsa research group for Stern magazine showed that 69 percent of Germans do not agree that Merkel's refugee policies had caused attacks in Würzburg and Ansbach last month.

Twenty-eight percent of respondents said that they did hold Merkel directly responsible for the attacks.

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