A few days before the general election in Germany, the Union parties can continue to gain favor according to a new poll, the SPD remains stable.
According to the survey by the Forsa opinion research institute on behalf of RTL / n-tv, the CDU / CSU now have 22 percent, an increase of one point compared to the previous week. The Social Democrats are therefore still at 25 percent. Greens: 17 percent, FDP: 11 percent, AfD: 11 percent, left: 6 percent, others: 8 percent.
Majorities in the future parliament would thus have a traffic light coalition made up of the SPD, Greens and FDP and a Jamaica alliance made up of the Union, Greens and FDP. A grand coalition – this time under the leadership of the SPD – would therefore also be possible, as would a left-wing alliance of the SPD, the Greens and the Left. Nobody wants to form a coalition with the right-wing AfD. The Union also does not want to govern with the involvement of the left.
In the Chancellor preference, Union candidate Armin Laschet added three points and now comes to 14 percent. SPD chancellor candidate Olaf Scholz is still clearly ahead here with 29 percent, but loses one point. Green candidate Annalena Baerbock comes to 16 percent, one point more than in the previous week.