A full 72% of Germans find immigration policies in Germany to be "too careless", according to a newly released survey by the research institute YouGov.

The survey, which asked 2,040 participants their views between June 20th - July 4th, was conducted during a period of time when Interior Minister Horst Seehofer and Chancellor Angela Merkel have been caught in an ongoing conflict about whether - and how - to accept more refugees at the German-Austrian border.

On Tuesday morning Seehofer presented his migration masterplan, which lays out stricter rules for refugees entering Germany, including residence requirements at so-called anchor centres where sped-up asylum proceedings will determine whether refugees can remain in Germany.

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