Feb. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Sixty-two percent of Germans want lawmakers to reject renewed aid for Greece in a parliamentary vote scheduled for tomorrow in Berlin, Bild am Sonntag said, citing a poll.
Thirty-three percent said parliament should approve German participation in Greece’s second bailout, the newspaper said in an e-mailed advance version of an article appearing today.
Bild didn’t give a margin of error for the Feb. 23 Emnid poll of 500 people.
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