A good two months to the general election. In a new survey, the Greens are doing better than last. The SPD does not manage to get more approval from the respondents.
Berlin – The Greens’ steady loss of points in the federal election polls seems to have stopped for the time being. At least in the result of the current “Sunday Question” on behalf of Focus. The party around Chancellor candidate Annalena Baerbock achieved one point more than last week and came to 20 percent.
The CDU / CSU with their Chancellor candidate Armin Laschet, however, lose one percentage point of approval and reach 28 percent.
New poll on the federal election: SPD, FDP and AfD are stagnating
The SPD remains in the mirror of Focus– “Sunday question” with her candidate for Chancellor Olaf Scholz at 15 percent. Likewise, the FDP remains unchanged with its top candidate Christian Lindner at 11 percent. The same applies to the AfD (11 percent) and the left (8 percent).
The survey was carried out by the Kantar opinion research institute.
The ups and downs of the Greens in the polls: first hype, then criticism
After Baerbock’s nomination for Chancellor candidate in mid-April, the party initially experienced a high-altitude flight: it even overtook the Union at times with polls of up to 28 percent. But then the polls crashed.
Baerbock had previously reported special payments received from her party to the Bundestag too late. The Green Chancellor candidate was recently criticized because of corrections to her résumé and controversial passages in her recently published book. (frs)