In the new Forsa survey, the CDU and CSU and the Greens lost slightly compared to the previous week, while the AfD and FDP grew. An absolute majority currently only had two possible coalitions.
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EA week before the start of the parliamentary summer break next Friday, the political mood in Germany remains fairly stable. From a demoscopic point of view, this means: When answering the Sunday question (“Which party would you choose if next Sunday Bundestag election would be? “) there are only minor changes.
In the new RTL / ntv trend barometer from Forsa, the Union and the Greens each lost one percentage point to 38 percent and 17 percent compared to the previous week, while the AfD and FDP each increased one percentage point to 10 and 6 percent, respectively. Nothing changes for the SPD (14 percent) and the Left (8 percent). The other parties together remain unchanged at 7 percent. The proportion of non-voters and undecided increased compared to last week by two percentage points to 27 percent.
With these results, the CDU and CSU are not only Germany’s strongest political force with a large lead. They are also almost as strong as the left-wing constituency made up of Greens, SPD and Leftists together (39 percent). However, the corona-related high of 40 percent is slowly falling out of sight from the beginning of May to mid-June. The Union has lost one percentage point in the past two weeks.
An absolute majority would only have a government from the Union and the Greens (55 percent) or Union and SPD (52 percent) with the current values.