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The Alternative for Germany party is competing for second place

The Alternative for Germany party is competing for second place

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On June 9, the German people will be called to elect a new European Union Parliament. An overview of the latest opinion polls for the European elections.

BERLIN/BRUSSELS – The European Union can hope for a clear victory in the European elections scheduled for June 9. The latest polls in Germany clearly indicate in favor of this Christian Democratic Union And Christian Social Union. But what seems more interesting is the question of who will come in second place in the European Parliament elections. This indicates a direct race between the AfD and the AfD. SPD And The greens in.

Fifth place also seems to have been firmly allocated – to the Sahra-Wagenknecht coalition (BSW), which in recent polls hopes to obtain approximately six to seven percent of the votes in the European elections in Germany. This puts BSW far ahead Free Democratic PartyWhich may not even reach four percent. Things look worse Free voters And Leave Out of place.

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The latest polls before the European elections in Germany indicate a clear result

The latest poll for the European elections was published on June 1. In the poll conducted by the opinion research institute Insa for The photo is on Sunday With 29 percent, the Union is clearly ahead of the Alternative for Germany (16 percent), the Social Democratic Party (14 percent), and the Green Party (13 percent). The BSW will reach seven percent, the FDP four percent, and the Liberal and Left voters three percent each. Other parties can expect 11% of the vote.

Christian Democratic Union/Christian Social Union 29
Alternative for Germany party 16
SPD 14
The greens 13
BSW 7
Free Democratic Party 4
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Note: Opinion research institute Insa polled a total of 1,001 people aged 16 or over in Germany from May 30-31. The maximum error tolerance is +/- 3.1 percentage points.

The AfD is trailing slightly in the latest polls ahead of the 2024 European elections

That was similar too ZDF– The political barometer for the European elections: In the last poll conducted by the Election Research Group at the end of May, it expected the Union to obtain 30 percent, far ahead of the Green Party and the AfD, which received 15 percent each, and the Social Democratic Party, which received 15 percent each. He got 14 percent. The BSW (five percent), the Free Democratic Party (four percent) and the Left (three percent) will also be represented in Parliament. It should be noted that there is no legal prohibition. This means that there is only a mathematical hurdle of about 0.5 percentage points. 13 percent of those surveyed said they wanted to vote for the smallest parties.

Christian Democratic Union/Christian Social Union 30
The greens 15
SPD 14
Alternative for Germany party 14
BSW 6
Free Democratic Party 4
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Note: The Election Research Group conducted the poll from May 27-29, 2024 A total of 1197 subjects were randomly selected via telephone and online. The likely error rate is about two to three percentage points.

According to the latest polls for the European elections, the Social Democrats, the Greens and the AfD are competing for second place.

The result is in Answer– The “German trend” since May 30 has been almost identical. As a poll conducted by Infratest Dimap showed, support for the CDU and CSU parties reached 29 percent. Thus, the Social Democratic Party will receive 15%, and the Green Party and the Alternative for Germany Party will receive 14%. The newly founded Sahra-Wagenknecht coalition, which has not yet participated in the European elections, will immediately receive six percent, the Free Democratic Party four percent, and the Left three percent.

Christian Democratic Union/Christian Social Union 29
SPD 15
The greens 14
Alternative for Germany party 14
BSW 6
Free Democratic Party 4
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Note: Infratest dimap polled a total of 1,515 eligible voters by telephone and online between May 27 and 29, 2024. The fluctuation range is two to three percentage points.

The latest polls before the European elections are also fraught with uncertainty

In principle, polls only reflect prevailing opinion at the time the poll was conducted, and do not represent predictions of election results. This is why, even after the latest polls for the European elections, it is still not entirely clear which seats will be occupied by parties such as the AfD or the Greens. (CS/EPA)