Real population exchanges taking place right before our very eyes.
Germans are leaving Germany ‘in droves’ amid backlash from Angela Merkel’s open door migrant policy
As more than one million migrants arrived in Germany in the last year, new data reveals 138,000 Germans left in 2015.
More than 1.5million Germans have left the country in the last decade, with many of them highly educated.
Academics and students are among the Germans deciding to move leaving holes in the local economy.
More than 1.5million Germans have left the country in the last decade
Statistics released by German statistics agency Destatis said the number of people arriving in Germany “was as high as never before” with the increase in numbers “due to increased immigration of foreign nationals”.
The number of migrants expected to arrive in Germany is set to continue, according to officials.
Frank-Jürgen Weise, the head of the country’s migration office, BAMF, predicted at least 300,000 more migrants will arrive in Germany in 2016.