The Social Democratic Party continues its race to catch up in the opinion polls.
The basics in brief
- Scholz continues to have counselor preference.
In the “RTL/NTV Trend Barometer” published on Wednesday, it gained two percentage points from the previous week and is now at 21 percent — the Social Democrats have overtaken the Greens, who lost one point to 19 percent. With 23 percent unchanged, the union barely ranks first in the party rankings.
The FDP in the new poll of opinion research firm Forsa comes in with 12 percent unchanged, and AfD still has ten percent. Left lost a point and came in by six percent.
According to the information, nine percent of voters would choose one of the other parties, but none of them got more than three percent. The proportion of non-voters and undecided was 26%.
According to the survey, a conceivable majority would be the so-called German-Federal Alliance, the SPD and the FDP, the Union coalition, the Greens and the FDP, also known as the Jamaica Alliance, the “traffic light coalition” of the SPD, and the Greens. and FDP. In addition, it will be hardly enough for red, red and green.
On the issue of the chancellor’s preference, SPD candidate Olaf Schulz is still ahead: in the new poll, he’s at 29 percent (plus three points), followed by a clear margin, Green Chancellor’s candidate Annalena Barbock at 15 percent (minus one). Federal Chancellor’s candidate Armin Laschet (CDU) is as last week at 12 percent.
Opinion research company Forsa polled 2,501 voters for RTL Media Group from August 10-16. A margin of statistical error of plus/minus 2.5 percentage points was given.
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