A few days before the general elections in Germany, union parties can continue to gain support According to a new poll, the SPD remains stable.
According to a survey conducted by the Opinion Research Institute on behalf of RTL/n-tv, CDU/CSU now has 22 percent, up one point from the previous week. Thus, the Social Democrats are still 25 per cent. Greens: 17 percent, FDP: 11 percent, AfD: 11 percent, Left: 6 percent, Others: 8 percent.
Thus, a majority in the future parliament will have a Traffic Light Coalition consisting of the Social Democrats, the Greens and the Free Democratic Party, and the Jamaica Coalition of Union, Greens and the Free Democratic Party. Thus, a grand coalition – this time under the leadership of the SPD – would also be possible, as would a left-wing coalition of the SPD, the Greens and the Left. Nobody wants to form a coalition with the right-wing Alternative for Right-wing party. In addition, the Federation does not want to rule with the participation of the left.
In Chancellor’s preference, Union candidate Armin Laschet has added three points and is now up to 14 per cent. It is clear that SPD Chancellor candidate Olaf Schultz is still ahead here with 29 percent, but lost one point. Green nominee Annalena Barbock had 16 percent, up one point from the previous week.
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