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Poland - the least liked German neighbour.


Torq 26 | 2,370
23 Jul 2010  #1
According to the recent Emnid poll, conducted between 21st and 23rd April,
of all the Germany's neighbours, Poland is the least liked by German citizens.

33% of people named Poland as the least liked (the second least liked neigbour
is the Czech Republic, but only 13% of Germans think so.)

Polish score among different age groups:

over 60 - 28% people dislike Poland
14 - 29 - 37%
40 - 49 - 41% (!!!)

Another interesting statistics: 56% of those who expressed their dislike towards Poland
don't know ANY Polish person and 58% of them have never been to Poland :)

The poll will be published in the August edition of "Reader's Digest".

*breaks my feckin heart...*
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,720
23 Jul 2010  #2
...and the other way around?

Only 8 percent cheered for Germany (as you said) at the WC, now THAT hurt! :(
OP Torq 26 | 2,370
23 Jul 2010  #3
...and the other way around?

I don't know - the article doesn't say about that.

Only 8 percent cheered for Germany at the WC, now THAT hurt! :(

There were 32 teams, so the average support per team would be 3.125%, Germany
got 8% which equals 256 percent of average expected support! :)
That also means about 3 million people cheering for Germany - and what do we get?
41% dislike in the 40-49 age group (and 33% overall) :-(
Crow 137 | 7,594
23 Jul 2010  #4
Poland - the least liked German neighbour.

Serbs would sc*** Germany one day because of German cruelty on Polish children. Here in Serbia we heard what`s going on in Germany and what they doing to innocent Slavic children. Germany is real evil bastion!
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,445
23 Jul 2010  #5
"Reader's Digest".

yey;)

but, but German medical tourists like Poland a lot.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,720
23 Jul 2010  #6
That also means about 3 million people cheering for Germany - and what do we get?
41% dislike in the 40-49 age group (and 33% overall) :-(

Tjaaa...but that means also 66 percent of the Germans like you more than other neighbours.
Do you know how many millions that are??? Around 50 MILLION Germans like you!!! :):):)
OP Torq 26 | 2,370
23 Jul 2010  #7
because of German cruelty on Polish children

It's not about children, Crow. It's about my hurt feelings! I drank a TIR load of
DAB beer, and cheered for Germany together with 3 million other Poles, and what
do I hear? I hear that every third German hates me - Torq!!! I think in August,
when I go to Berlin, I'm going to pretend I'm Turkish or something...

;)

66 percent of the Germans like you more than other neighbours.
Do you know how many MILLIONS that are??? Around 50 MILLION people like you!!! :):):)

No. It only means that they don't hate us the most, but thanks for the consolation :)
jonni 16 | 2,485
23 Jul 2010  #8
Here in Serbia we heard what`s going on in Germany and what they doing to innocent Slavic children. Germany is real evil bastion!

So what are they doing and why?
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,720
23 Jul 2010  #9
I hear that every third German hates me - Torq!!!

But two out of three like you very much!
pgtx 29 | 3,159
23 Jul 2010  #10
lol... i've read about it today and i was thinking of starting a thread like that... you're faster Torq...
OP Torq 26 | 2,370
23 Jul 2010  #11
But two out of three like you very much!

Yes, it's always better to say that the glass is half-full (or even 66% full in that case) ;)

you're faster Torq

Of course I am - all women tell me I'm quite fast :) No... wait a minute...
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,720
23 Jul 2010  #12
Yes, it's always better to say that the glass is half-full (or even 66% full in that case) ;)

And you should keep in mind what for example the Bavarians have to say about the Prussians, the Ossis about the Wessis and vice versa and so on...so don't feel left out! :)
ZIMMY 6 | 1,601
23 Jul 2010  #13
I'm surprised France didn't get a larger 'hate' vote.
Of course, the Netherlands, Belgium and Denmark wouldn't get many votes and Austria is 'German-light'. Did Switzerland receive a 'neutral' vote? No doublt WWII and it's aftermath influenced the German votes.
bbanjo69
23 Jul 2010  #14
comments in the german media after the lost match to serbia : we lost because of the poles.
OP Torq 26 | 2,370
23 Jul 2010  #15
They probably read Crow's posts on this forum and are aware of the fact that Serbs
are actually Poles :) *or was it the other way around...*
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,720
23 Jul 2010  #16
They probably read Crow's posts on this forum

I'm telling them all of it...I'm an evil-EU agent! Ha!

...oopsie...

PS: That isn't a "hate" vote but a "sympathy" vote and you can't give somebody a vote you don't know (or only by tantrums of politicians or prejudices). The poll shows that too:

...
As highlighted in the press release the survey authors, not all German Länder Poland at the forefront of the most negative rating niesympatycznego neighbor.

The worst is evaluated by the people far from the border on the Oder-Neisse line of the Land Baden-Württemberg.
The same is true of the Czechs, the least appreciated people of the western provinces, like Hesse, Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland.

Ossis would had given France and Austria surely worse votings, as most Bavarians will have voted for Austria and so on.

Those who have contact with each other evaluate each other better and more favourable...
bbanjo69
23 Jul 2010  #17
u mean black aristocracy's/bilderberger's agent? ;}
Crow 137 | 7,594
23 Jul 2010  #18
So what are they doing and why?

they have laws that encourage germanization of Polish children even in these days, in modern time.

It's not about children, Crow.

now it is
PlasticPole 7 | 2,649
23 Jul 2010  #19
We need to get these Germans and Poles together, visiting each others countries and promoting an open dialogue and mutual benefactorship. This way the countries can help one another and learn to appreciate each other.
OP Torq 26 | 2,370
23 Jul 2010  #20
they have laws that encourage germanization of Polish children even in these days

In that case, we have to introduce the polonization of German children. This way, after
a couple of generations when Polish children are germanized and German children are
polonized, nobody would be able to tell the difference between a German and a Pole
and we will have no other choice but to merge into the largest, most populous and most
powerful European state (which would include Czech Republic, Austria, Slovakia and
Hungary too) :)

We need to get these Germans and Poles together, visiting each others countries and
promoting an open dialogue and mutual benefactorship.

Yip - that's what I keep saying all the time.
time means 5 | 1,310
23 Jul 2010  #21
they have laws that encourage germanization of Polish children even in these days, in modern time.

How so do they make/encourage them to have mullet hairstyles?
Crow 137 | 7,594
23 Jul 2010  #22
We need to get these Germans and Poles together, visiting each others countries and promoting an open dialogue and mutual benefactorship. This way the countries can help one another and learn to appreciate each other.

Poles and Germans would be good neighbors only when Germany become border region of Anglo-Germanic world and Poland leading power of Slavic Confederation.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,720
23 Jul 2010  #23
We need to get these Germans and Poles together, visiting each others countries and promoting an open dialogue and mutual benefactorship. This way the countries can help one another and learn to appreciate each other.

The borders are open already...you can't people force!

I have a better idea:

Now that Poland has no national football team whatsoever and most good Poles play in the Bundesliga or even for the german Mannschaft anyhow we should build a common polish/german football team both countries can cheer on and wave flags for!

Imagine all the parties and auto corsos and hugging and back clapping and smooching after scoring and the common positive experiences in the stadiums - that should do alot for the polish-german communication and understanding! YUP! :):):)
Crow 137 | 7,594
23 Jul 2010  #24
if Polish language could be official there, i am all for it. Otherwise, i`m not interested
time means 5 | 1,310
23 Jul 2010  #25
Anglo-Germanic world

We are on the march Crow and Serbia is in our sights too mwaaaaahhhh (evil laugh)

Soon the white dragon will fly over Serbia.
bbanjo69
23 Jul 2010  #26
we have much more in common than we are sometimes willing to admit.
OP Torq 26 | 2,370
23 Jul 2010  #27
Now that Poland has no national football team whatsoever and most good Poles play in the Bundesliga or even for the german Mannschaft anyhow we should build a common polish/german football team both countries can cheer on and wave flags for!

I vote for the common Polish/German Mannschaft/Drużyna (Mannżyna?).

if Polish language could be official there, i am all for it.

Very well, Crow - we'll make Polish the official language. So, I understand that you're
giving up your Slavija dreams and officialy support the idea of Central European Empire?

we have much more in common than we are sometimes willing to admit.

Yeah - they stole Dyl Sowizdrzał from us and called him some silly name (Eulenspiegel
or something) ;)
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,720
23 Jul 2010  #28
I vote for the common Polish/German Mannschaft/Drużyna (Mannżyna?).

Everything ending with "-a" sounds so feminine...but we are MEN!
More ideas please! :)
OP Torq 26 | 2,370
23 Jul 2010  #29
Everything ending with "-a" sounds so feminine...

As far as I know both German 'die Mannschaft' and Polish 'drużyna' are feminine :)

Ah, well - you can make up some German longword for it, something like...

der Sturminggoalscoringeveryteamintheworlddefeatingdruzynschaft!
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,720
23 Jul 2010  #30
Strurminggoalscoringeveryteamintheworlddefeatingdruzynschaft!

Now that sounds nice....but of course needs to be a snappy shorter.....hmm....

*takes another beer and goes thinking*


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