Entertainment traffic light coalition: majority of Germans advocates alliance of SPD, Greens and FDP
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The traffic light alliance takes shapes - and the mirror survey shows: the majority is convinced that such a coalition would be "good for Germany". However, FDP trailers prepare the idea of abdominal pain.
Expected This week,, GREEN and want to decide whether they also want to record formal coalition negotiations after completion of the exploration calls. According to a mirror survey, the Germans would largely welcome the next step to government education - they assume that a traffic light coalition would advance the country.
In the collection of the opinion research institute Civey for the mirror, 53 percent stated that a traffic light coalition under the guidance of a SPD chancellorwould be good for . 32 percent voted for "Yes, in any case" and 20 percent for "rather yes".
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Olaf Scholz has reaffirmed that the SPD wants to lead the next federal government. The SPD chancellor candidate sees a clear order for a coalition with Greens and FDP in the election result. Greenschef Dabel also sees a committee for confidence for Scholz. © Kay Nietfeld / DPA OLAF Scholz evaluates the result of the federal election as a clear government order for a traffic light coalition from Social Democrats, FDP and Greens.
37 percent do not believe that the traffic lights would be Guttun Guttun, of which 14 percent said "rather no" and 24 percent "no, in no case".
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This is the biggest consent from the ranks of the SPD and green sympathizers. Maybe the election victory would be 97 percent of the SPD trailers welcome the Scholz traffic lights, in the green camp the enthusiasm is just a little damped.
different from the potential FDP voters and voters - they are clearly critical to a traffic light coalition. Of course, 50 percent believe that the coalition would be "rather not" or "by no means" good for Germany, 18 percent were undecided. Only about a third would advocate an alliance with SPD and Greens. This is the lowest value according to the followers of Union and AFD with a nine percent approval - only these two parties do not sit with the exploratory table.
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The FDP negotiators are well aware of the traffic light reservations in the followers. This was also involved in the joint press conference on the exploits: SPD Secretary-Generaland Michael Kellner, the federal managing director of the Greens, very confident that the three parties can find a common basis. , Secretary-General The FDP, on the other hand, found more cautious words.
Wissing praised that of a talk climate, but it clearly made that there was something else to "politely and factual" to bring talks on paper as solutions.
In the Sunday question there is little movement compared to the previous week two and a half weeks after the general election. Although the SPD lost two percentage points, it is still at 26 percent at the level of its election result.
The CDU is 20 percent, FDP and green mansions behind the third place. Left and AfD stagnate at six and eleven percent.
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