Germany Election poll: Criticism from the federal government over problems in the coronavirus vaccination campaign has yet to be reflected in political sentiment, according to a Forsa poll for RTL and n-tv. The CDU / CSU union (Christian Democrats) again reaches 37 percent. endorsement.
The Green Party came second with 19 %. SPD (Social Democracy) can count on 15 % of support, Left and AfD (Alternative for Germany) received eight % each, FDP (Free Democratic Party) six percent, writes the daily “Welt” on Wednesday.
Since the previous survey, almost nothing has changed in terms of preferences regarding the new chancellor. If German citizens could directly elect their federal chancellor, 37 percent would choose Markus Soeder (CSU, Bavarian prime minister).
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In the Germany Election poll, 18 % would vote for the leader of the Greens Robert Habeck, and 14 percent. for the candidate for the chancellor of the SPD, Olaf Scholz.
In Germany, 2021 is a “super-election” year (Superwahljahr 2021). The most important political event is the federal election in September, which will elect a successor to Chancellor Angela Merkel, who has been ruling for 16 years. Land parliaments in six federal states will also be elected.
Source: Polskiobserwator.de, Afronews.de