Unity parties continue to retreat in Germany

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CDU / CSU candidate Armin Laschet, who could not find the support he was looking for even from his own party, recently introduced the team that will lead the election campaign. However, the decline of trade union parties could not be prevented in the latest polls.

In the investigation conducted 3 weeks before the Prime Minister’s elections, it was revealed that the rise of the SPD was continuing. In the survey conducted by opinion research firm Insa, CDUs / CSUs fell by 1 point compared to the previous week and fell to 20%. For the first time in the past 11 years, the SPD’s vote rate, which widened the gap between itself and the CDU / CSU, was estimated at 25%. By far the preferred prime minister candidate was Olaf Scholz, the SPD candidate. Speaking to German newspaper Tagesspiegel, Scholz said their political plans overlapped with the Greens and they could form a government together.

SCHOLZ IN FRONT

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Scholz, who was Deputy Prime Minister and Federal Minister of Finance during the current legislature, came first with 32% of the vote, Annalena Baerbock, the Greens candidate, second with 13%, and Armin Laschet, the candidate for the CDU / CSU, third with 10 percent. CSU President Markus Söder said that according to the latest polls the situation is very serious for the union parties.

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