In the run-up to the federal election, according to a poll, Green Party co-chair Anna Lena Bairbach and two of her rivals Olaf Scholes (SPD) And Armin Lacet (CDU) increased slightly in favor of the electorate.
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In a direct election, 19 percent each will vote for federal finance minister Scholes and North Rhine-Westphalia’s Prime Minister Lacet, according to Sunday’s poll by opinion poll firm Insa, built on behalf of “Zondak”.
Fairbags come in at 15 percent, while people like Scholes and Lacette get one point. Thirty-six percent of those questioned would not choose Scholes or Lacet or Namebach.
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According to the survey, Greens and Social Democrats are on par: Greens have lost one point compared to the previous week and now stand at 17 percent. Most recently, according to Insa, Greens were up 17 percent in March. They reached their best poll value in May with 24 percent.
Social Democrats can maintain their value from the previous week and come to 17 percent. The union remained stable at 28 percent. ABD (eleven percent) and left (eight percent) were able to get one point each. FDP stands at twelve percent. Other parties will collect seven percent of the vote (minus one).
According to the poll, a two-person galaxy will not get a majority. These will be the Jamaican alliance of the Union, the Greens and the FDP, and the Union Democratic Alliance with the Social Democratic Party and the FDP. On the other hand, it is not enough for the traffic light alliance of the Greens, the SPD and the FDP or the red-red-green. (Tsp / Reuters / AFP)