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Offbeat ZDF survey: SPD in Rhineland-Palatinate continues on the upswing

12:28  05 march  2021
12:28  05 march  2021 Source:   welt.de

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A good week before the state elections in Rhineland-Palatinate, a new ZDF survey sees the ruling SPD still on the upswing. According to a survey by the Elections Research Group published on Friday, Prime Minister Malu Dreyer's Social Democrats would be the strongest force with 33 percent - an increase of two percentage points compared to February. The opposition CDU, on the other hand, loses four points and slips to 29 percent.

Gut eine Woche vor der Landtagswahl in Rheinland-Pfalz sieht eine neue ZDF-Umfrage die regierende SPD weiter im Aufwind. Die Sozialdemokraten von Ministerpräsidentin Malu Dreyer würden mit 33 Prozent stärkste Kraft. Die CDU rutscht auf 29 Prozent ab. © Tobias SCHWARZ A good week before the state elections in Rhineland-Palatinate, a new ZDF poll sees the ruling SPD continuing to gain traction. Prime Minister Malu Dreyer's Social Democrats would be the strongest with 33 percent. The CDU slips to 29 percent.

The Greens give way by two percentage points and only come to eleven percent. The FDP achieved seven percent with a plus of two points. The AfD wins two points and reaches nine percent. Once again, the left would not be represented in the state parliament, falling by one point to three percent. The survey sees the free voters, who have not yet been represented in the state parliament, at four percent.

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Together, the SPD and the Greens would achieve 44 percent. All other parties currently represented in the state parliament together reach 45 percent. For red-green it could therefore almost be enough without the free voters in the state parliament. Dreyer is currently at the head of a traffic light coalition made up of the SPD, FDP and the Greens. A continuation of this alliance as well as a grand coalition would be possible.


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The CDU top candidate Christian Baldauf could also enter into a coalition with the FDP and the Greens. In a direct election of the Prime Minister, however, only 28 percent would vote for him, while 59 percent would vote for Dreyer. For the survey, 998 voters were interviewed by telephone from Monday to Thursday. In Rhineland-Palatinate, as in neighboring Baden-Württemberg, a new state parliament will be elected on March 14th.

An ARD poll published on Thursday evening sees the SPD in Rhineland-Palatinate with 30 percent just ahead of the CDU with 28 percent. The Greens come to twelve percent, while the FDP with nine percent is on par with the AfD. At five percent, the survey sees the free voters, who, in contrast to the left, would come to the state parliament with three percent.

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There are "only" two state elections and one local election - but the votes on this Sunday will show the political parties how satisfied citizens are with the Corona crisis management. Or dissatisfied. © Thomas Frey / dpa / picture alliance Prime Minister Malu Dreyer and her husband Klaus Jensen on the way to casting a vote The fact that the Rhineland-Palatinate Prime Minister Malu Dreyer (SPD) voted with an umbrella was only due to the weather and by no means symbolic.

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