The problem is, though, the facts really get in the way of that story. Almost 70% of Germans do not think that Merkel's refugee policy contributed to the attacks,
I see that they've provided plenty of 'facts' for saying that.
Almost all of the population of this country (including me) didn't think that we would vote to exit the EU but we did.
It's probably a case of the downtrodden silent majority who don't like to come out and say what they actually think because they'll be branded as something that they aren't.
And if there's one set of people in Europe who have a complex about this sort of thing (which they shouldn't), then it's your average German.