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Canada Civey Survey for the Handelsblatt: Voters Values ​​traffic light coalition as a signal of the departure

15:15  28 november  2021
15:15  28 november  2021 Source:   handelsblatt.com

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The voters welcome the future roles of Christian Lindner and Robert Habeck. This is the result of a Civey survey for the Handelsblatt.

Habeck soll Wirtschaftsminister in der Ampel-Regierung werden, Lindner übernimmt das Finanzministerium © DPA Dabel is to become a commercial minister in the traffic light government, Lindner takes over the Ministry of Finance

According to a Civey survey, a relative majority of 43 percent of voters believe that the measures presented in the coalition agreement of the traffic light coalition Germany are advanced in modernization, 16 percent are undecided, 41 percent are negatively voted.

Especially positive voters and voters of the Greens and the SPD The measures presented in the coalition agreement: 77 percent of the green voters see the measures of the coalition agreement as a signal of the departure, with the SPD voters, it is still 72 Percent. On the other hand, the voters of the third party in the traffic light alliance, the FDP , only 49 percent.

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Most of the most positive, citizens rate the future roles of FDP Chief Christian Lindner and Green Chef Robert Habeck . 50 percent of the voters assess it as "very positive" or "rather positive" that Christian Lindner in the traffic light coalition should take over the office of the Federal Minister of Finance. 15 percent of the voters are undecided, 35 percent assess the personnel negative.

Similarly rate voters that Robert Dabeck is to become economics . 48 percent of voters see "very positive" or "rather positive", 14 percent are undecided, 38 percent assess the personnel negative.

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