You'd probably think that Germans would rate their country more socially just than Americans would rate theirs?
In an interesting coincidence, two opinion polls - one in the U.S. (by Rasmussen) and one in Germany (by Institut für Demoskopie Allensbach) - asked about the extent of social justice in each country.
70 % of Germans polled consider their economic system hardly or not at all socially just. "A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of Likely Voters finds that 24% believe American society is generally unfair and discriminatory".
The very of embodiment of capitalism, the U.S., fares better in the category "social justice" than welfare state Germany, based on the subjective judgement of each population?
Makes you wonder whether Germany shouldn't turn to American style capitalism in order to improve social justice in the country...
Hey, Michael Moore, do you hear me? Michael?