According to the poll, refugees support democratic concepts in Germany, however, their acknowledgement of what is actually “democracy” is non-existent.
Respondents’ notions of morality are more conservative compared to views of indigenous German people. Refugees’ social and public values are more equitable to of German society in the 1950s.
Forty-eight percent of respondents believed that premarital sexual relations were a sin and must be punishable.
Most refugees would want to live in a neighborhood with German, but not next to mixed families, extramarital couples, homosexuals and Jews.
Migrants are more tolerant about religion. Eighty seven per cent voiced their support for separation of state and religion. For them, faith is something personal.Muslims. More than half of refugees believed that each person should chose his own religion.
Eighty four per cent support freedom of speech and only 38 per cent are tolerant of satiric political drawings.
Nearly 92 per cent consider that it is necessary to learn the German language and are interested in German culture. The majority wants to invest in noncompulsory education before looking for jobs.
The published study is the first poll for refugees in Germany. In total, researchers polled 445 refugees.