Tech & Science Survey: Union overtakes the Greens - Loading before Baerbock
Greens' election hopes hitting east German wall
Long popular in western cities, Germany's Greens are bumping up against a wall with voters in the ex-communist east that could cost them the chance to snatch Chancellor Angela Merkel's crown when she retires this year. "It wasn't what we had hoped," admitted a dejected Annalena Baerbock, also 40, the Greens' chancellor candidate.The now 40-year-old centre-left ecologist party will gather from Friday for a congress to plot the course toward September's general election after a bruising performance last Sunday in Saxony-Anhalt state.
after the, the mood image in Germany has turned back in favor of the Union and against the Greens. In new surveys with ARD and ZDF, CDU / CSU can increase significantly at the Sunday question, while the Greens considerably lose consent. The change in the opinion of the opinion affects the question of who Germans like to see in the Chancellery.
in the new ZDF politic barometer CDU and CSU come to 28 percent, the Greens to 22, as the collection of research group elections published on Thursday yielded. Compared to the preliminary survey three weeks ago, the Union has won four percentage points, the green three percentage points lost. The SPD lays a point to 15 percent. AFD (11) and left (7) remain unchanged. The FDP slips a point to 10 percent.
CV curved: "Green" Chancellor Candidate Baerbock in explanatory note
Annalena Baerbock is the first Chancellor candidate in the history of "Greens" - but it is currently running everything other than around the 40-year-old. © Pool / Getty Images Annalena Baerbock Annalena Baerbock had to learn in recent weeks as it is to be hyped as Chancellor candidate at first to go down to and after. Current stem of the impetus: her obviously crafted CV.
Union The ARD trend clearly before the Green
also the new ARD Germany trend published on Thursday, the Union now sees clearly in front of the Greens. According to the opinion research institute Infratest Dimap, CDU / CSU gain 5 percentage points to 28 percent compared to May. The green at 6 percentage points to 20 percent. The SPD would be unchanged at 14 percent, if the Bundestag election would be on Sunday. The AFD remains at 12 percent. This value also comes the FDP, which gives one percentage point. The left also improves a point to 7 percent.
also in the question in the Germany trend after a direct election of the Federal Chancellor or the Federal Chancellor, Union Chancellor Candidate Armin Lashet can make much floor well. 29 percent would decide for the CDU boss, an increase of 8 percentage points compared to the previous survey. SPD chancellor candidate OLAF Scholz also places and comes to 26 percent (+5). The green Chancellor candidate Annalena Baerbock loses clearly, 16 percent would decide for them, a minus of 12 percentage points.
"Recalls today's Chancellor": Ex-Siemens boss Kaeser promotes green Baerbock
The former Siemens boss Joe Kaeser promotes vehemently for the green Chancellor candidate Annalena Baerbock. "As far as your understanding and interest is concerned, she reminds me very much about our today's Chancellor," Kaeser said the "Süddeutsche Zeitung" from Wednesday. © DPA Annalena Baerbock Baerbock have under the Chancellor's candidates "certainly the greatest credibility for a sustainable and long-term renewal".
In the ZDF polit barometer, after 43 percent in May, now only 28 percent Baerbock as Chancellor is suitable for appropriate, 64 percent doubt that. Laschet keep 43 percent for chancellery (May: 37 percent), 49 percent not. SPD Chancellor's candidate Scholz is located here in the lead with 48 percent, which consider it suitable for the Chancellery, 45 percent do not see that.
election surveys are generally always subject to uncertainties. Among other things, decreasing party conditions and ever more short-term election decisions make the opinion research institutes the weighting of the collected data. Infratest Dimap calls a fault tolerance between 2 and 3 percentage points at the ARD GermanyTrend. In principle, surveys only reflect the opinion of the opinion at the time of the survey and are not forecasts on the election exit.
Tasmania's Greens Beach Golf Club gets approval to shoot wallabies amid 'destruction' of course greens .
A Tasmanian golf club will begin culling wallabies due to "excessive droppings" and "destruction" of the greens, and then process the carcasses for pet food, in a move that has angered animal welfare advocates. The Greens Beach Golf Club in the state's north has been granted a "crop protection permit" from the Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (DPIPWE).Wallabies and brushtail possums are allowed to be shot as part of the permit, which is valid for five years.