The German state television network ARD carried out a survey regarding the Greek crisis and recent developments, which shows that the German people are divided as to whether Greece should remain in the Eurozone or not.

About 45% of respondents are in favor of Greece remaining a member of the Eurozone, with the same rate of respondents favoring a ‘Grexit’. The majority of respondents though, about 60%, are in favor of Sunday’s referendum.

A third of Germans claimed that Alexis Tsipras government is responsible for the escalation of the crisis in Greece, with 24% claiming that both sides are equally responsible.

The survey shows that 69% are concerned about how the situation in Greece will deteriorate, should the country default, with 24% concerned of the impact on the German economy, 31% worried about the impact on the cohesion of the EU and 19% about their personal finances.