Austria is going downhill, in the opinion of two-thirds of the population. They blame immigration for this above all (74%). Germans judge the situation in their country in exactly the same way. This was the result of parallel studies from the Spectra Institute in Linz for Austria and the IMAS Institute for Germany, which were presented on Friday.
People in both countries agree that immigration from the Middle East and Africa brings more disadvantages than advantages. In Austria the negative feeling predominates by 67% to 9%, in Germany 57% to 12%.
... In both countries the jobs of their own population are seen as threatened (Austria: 42%, Germany. 30%). 34% of Austrians and 25% of Germans fear even worse. They agree with the statement: "If mass immigration continues like this, there will soon be civil war-like conditions."Source