More than half of the inhabitants of Germany began to wash less often and faster. So say the results of the INSA survey.
The calls of the traffic-light coalition (“red” social democrats, “yellow” liberals and “greens”) for saving made an impression on the Germans. So, 62% of Germans began to save water when visiting the bathroom, while 35% “did not subject their behavior in the shower to politically necessary changes.”
At the same time, Green voters are in the forefront of “less washing”: 33% of them now have time to take a shower in a shorter time than before the introduction of sanctions against Russia, the same number have become less likely to wash. In other groups of voters, only 9-18% are currently washing less often and for less time than before.
According to the survey, almost one in two Germans (45%) took measures to keep warm during the “winter without Russian gas” with their own means, while 44% of Germans intend to take part in demonstrations against high energy prices.