Okay, so, this is a bit interesting and you will be able to see the punchline coming from a mile away.
Just like in other countries, Germany too has a sizable minority of people who see mask-wearing and social distancing as violations of their rights. They even had a big public demonstration recently (which was subsequently closed because.... the 20.000 people present violated mask-wearing and social distancing statutes, what a surprise).
The news magazine Spiegel ran a poll recently (through a polling company, to reduce biases) asking about attitudes towards these demonstrations. A large majority (about 66%) outright said that they can't understand these attitudes, a further 12 % were more ambivalent but strongly trending towards not understanding, and about 26% said they had various degrees of understanding (which, of course, is different to agreeing with the views these demonstrators had, but nonetheless).
Where it gets interesting is when party preference is taken into account. The big parties, CDU, SPD and Greens, are all firmly (read: 90+%) on board with these restrictions. The more radically left Linke is also firmly on board, but about a fifth are skeptical; our libertarians are about 60/35 on the whole thing and our resident "we are not Nazis, we swear, we just don't like immigrants and jews very much" idiots from the AfD are...... strongly on the side of the protesting idiots.
What a twiiiist