Offbeat Survey on the Bundestag election: CSU slips further on 28 percent
survey for the parliamentary elections: Even Allensbach looks SPD is just before the Union
When polling institute Allensbach lose CDU / CSU for the first time its top position. Armin Laschet also home to the CDU NRW falls back. © Photo: AP / Arbe Dedert election posters of the SPD and CDU in Frankfurt / Main The SPD can expect one to a new survey by the Allensbach Institute in the general election on September 26 with space.
The CSU continues in the electioner in Bavaria. For this, the SPD puts strongly in a survey. Also your candidate OLAF Scholz wins consent.
The CSU loses a new survey on the general election. Would be the next Sunday choice, according to the recent "votercheck" of the program "17:30 Sat.1 Bayern" still 28 percent of voters in Bavaria . In the previous survey a week earlier early September, 29 percent of respondents had stated that they would choose the CSU - in July it was even 35 percent.
For this, within six weeks in the election of the election to 18 percent (early September: 15 percent). The green hacks continued to 17 percent (early September: 18 percent, July: 20 percent). The FDP adheres to about 12 percent (early September: 13 percent, July: twelve percent), the AFD remains to ten percent compared to early September and the free voters to six percent.
SPD expands ahead of progress: Union falls into survey under 20 percent
in a recent survey on the general election CDU and CSU only come to 19 percent. The Greens also lose the SPD is now 25 percent. © Photo: Michael Kappeler / DPA CDU Chancellor Candidate Armin Laschet always loses approval in surveys. In the RTL / NTV trendbarometer, CDU and CSU are for the first time under the 20 percent mark and are less than three weeks before the Bundestag election now only at 19 percent (minus two points to the previous week).
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just over half of the respondents (54 percent), who called a party, are certainly "definitely" to choose the party. 44 percent also reflect on the choice of other parties.
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At the candidate question, SPD applicants Olaf Scholz remains at the top. On the question "If you might be personally decided who would like them as Chancellor?" Named 39 percent of the Federal Minister of Finance (plus two percentage points compared to early September and plus 15 compared to July). Union top candidate Armin Laschet remains with 21 percent (minus a point compared to early September and minus seven points to July) in second place two, green candidate Annalena Baerbock is unchanged at 14 percent.
3 contrasting candidates seek chancellery in German election
BERLIN (AP) — Germany is seeing its first three-way contest for the chancellery, with the environmentalist Greens joining the country's two traditional big parties in fielding a candidate. Chancellor Angela Merkel said nearly three years ago that she wouldn't seek a fifth four-year term. That set up the first election since West Germany's inaugural vote, in 1949, in which there is no incumbent seeking re-election. The center-left SocialChancellor Angela Merkel said nearly three years ago that she wouldn't seek a fifth four-year term. That set up the first election since West Germany's inaugural vote, in 1949, in which there is no incumbent seeking re-election.
However, the result does not match another desire of voters: 34 percent want the Union to lead the government coalition. Only 27 percent would prefer a leadership through the SPD, 12 percent through the Greens.The main daily mirror articles for the federal election 2021: Interactive Dashboard: Bundestag election 2021: Bundestag election 2021: Decision assistance:
Basically surveys are only snapshots. They reflect the opinion picture at the time of the survey and are not forecasts on the election outcome. In addition, they are subject to uncertainties. For example, declining party items and ever more short-term election decisions according to the research researchers, according to the weighting of the data. (dpa)
Mental tuition for the CDU .
Dusseldorf. The outgoing Chancellor has appealed to its own party to dare more self-confidence. That should probably summon the combat spirit and support the turning in the election campaign. However, the actual effect is another. © Michael Kappeler Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) before the faction meeting of CDU / CSU on Monday.