THIS IS SIGNIFICANT:
The majority of Germans think their country would be better off without the euro, a poll suggested Sunday, as the economy minister reiterated doubts over whether Greece can stay in the single currency.The Bild is a tabloid, yes; but that doesn't necessarily imply that the poll is worthless.
The Emnid poll for the Bild am Sonntag mass circulation weekly showed 51% of Germans believed Europe's top economy would be better outside the 17-country euro zone. Twenty-nine% said it would be worse off.
The survey also showed that 71% of Germans wanted Greece to leave the euro if it did not live up to its austerity promises.