The second survey in one day that confirms the CDU’s descent: Now even a red-red-green coalition would be possible.
Munich – Another bad news for the CDU and its candidate for Chancellor Armin Laschet (CDU): After the CDU had been ten percentage points ahead of the Greens four weeks ago, the current descent is now continuing: The CDU / CSU would only come to 22 percent of all votes if there were parliamentary elections next Sunday. These are the results of a survey by the Kantar opinion research institute on behalf of focus.de.
Also on Wednesday, the Forsa Institute had published a survey in which the CDU had fallen sharply.
Survey on the federal election: CDU only one point ahead of the Greens – and three ahead of the SPD
In a telephone survey between August 4th and August 10th With 1,446 participants, the institute determined the following values for the individual parties:
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The Union thus lost 2 percentage points of approval compared to the previous week. The Greens lost 1 percentage point and
would now come to 21 percent. The SPD added one point to 19 percent. The FDP would come to 12 percent (-1), the AfD to 11 percent
(unchanged), the left to 7 percent (+1).
The CDU / CSU would be only one percentage point ahead of the Greens – and the SPD would also come close to three percentage points. The FDP would be one point ahead of the AfD – and five points ahead of the left. With this constellation, however, the left could take on government responsibility.
You can find all current and past survey results in our overview article.
Kantar survey: which coalitions would be possible?
The opinion research institute Kantar indicates the possible deviation of three percent – and surveys always reflect only a snapshot, nevertheless: If the trend were to continue, then several governable constellations are within reach: A black-yellow-green alliance of the CDU, FDP and Greens (Jamaica), as well as a red-red-green alliance of SPD, Left and Greens or a coalition of CDU / CSU, SPD and FDP (“Germany”) as well as an alliance of Greens, SPD and FDP (“Ampel” ). (kat)