European Union News Agency reported on August 30 that more than half of the German people are still skeptical of Merkel’s optimistic stance on the 2015 immigration crisis, according to a public opinion survey report released by German media on August 29. < / P > < p > according to Germany’s “Augsburg report”, a poll conducted by the polling agency Qiwei shows that more than half of the German people are still skeptical about the influx of immigrants into the German border, and Merkel’s optimistic statement on August 31, 2015. < / P > < p > of the more than 5000 people surveyed this week, more than 50% believe that Merkel’s optimistic statement is incorrect or not entirely correct; 37% of them say it is totally incorrect. 20.6% and 23.4% of the people thought that Merkel was completely or relatively correct. < / P > < p > compared with 2017, public support for Merkel’s immigration stance has increased significantly. At that time, a survey conducted by the same polling agency showed that 60% of the respondents thought that Merkel’s immigration stance was quite or completely incorrect, and only 34% of the respondents thought that Merkel’s immigration attitude was completely or relatively correct. In the latest poll, the latter figure increased to 44%. < / P > < p > in the two public opinion surveys, the views of all parties are different. Among them, the Green Party has the highest support for Merkel’s immigration attitude, while the supporters of the right-wing German option party are more likely to disagree with the prime minister’s optimistic view on immigration.