the Union and the SPD have fallen to a new survey on their previous lows. If the Sunday parliamentary election would be, would the Union to 25 percent of the votes, which is 1 percentage point less than in the previous week. The SPD loses, therefore, also of one percentage point and ends up at 14 percent. This is one of the in the night of Friday, published “Germany trend” for the ARD morning magazine.
For the parties, the worst values are, therefore, since then, the Sunday question in the “Germany trend” is measured. Together they come, therefore, to 39 percent. In the last parliamentary elections brought the Union and the SPD is still 53.5 percent of the votes.
two for the Green – space, three for the AfD
the second strongest trend in the current “Germany” to the Green, to reach 19 per cent (plus 2 percentage points), the highest level of the party since September 2011. Behind it, the AfD, with an unchanged share of 16 percent, the FDP with 11 percent (plus 1) and the Left with 9 per cent (minus 1).
your survey has the ARD reported on 16. and 17. October, leave a total of 1040 eligible to vote, of the Institute Infratest dimap via phone interviews, interview. The error tolerance was specified, with up to 3.1 percentage points.
the development of The “Germany trend” is similar to the SPON-choice trend: in a survey conducted by the opinion research Institute Civey for MIRROR ONLINE, lost the Union, significantly of agreement and is currently at just under 27 percent. The SPD comes, therefore, to about 16 percent.
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