According to the opinion trend, the SPD is slightly more popular with voters

According to the opinion trend, the SPD is slightly more popular with voters

SPD party chairman Lars Klingbeil

The SPD is struggling for votes. The state elections in Lower Saxony are scheduled for October 9th.

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Berlin the social democrats according to the opinion trend of the institute Insa for the newspaper “Bild am Sonntag” can again slightly increase in favor with the voters. If there was a federal election on Sunday, that would come SPD for the first time since the beginning of July back to 20 percent, one percentage point more than in the previous week, reports the paper from the survey.

The Greens remain stable at 21 percent and the CDU/CSU is the strongest at 28 percent. For the FDP an unchanged 8 percent of voters would decide, for the AfD 12 percent.

The left remains at 5 percent, the other parties could unite 6 percent of the votes.

The next mood test for the entire Federal Republic will take place on October 9th with the state elections in Lower Saxony. It is the last state election of the current year.

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In polls, the SPD led by Prime Minister Stephan Weil well ahead of the CDU and the Greens. But Russia’s attack on Ukraine on February 24 also left its mark in Lower Saxony. It’s hard to say what impact concerns about inflation and the gas crisis will have on the election,” emphasizes Manfred Güllner, head of the opinion research institute Forsa.

In the last survey in Lower Saxony, the SPD was still at 30 percent at the beginning of July. But the lead over the co-governing CDU has shrunk continuously in recent months.

Should the SPD lose the post of prime minister in Hanover, this should trigger considerable shock waves to Berlin. After all, Weil has been in power in Hanover for eight years and, according to Philipp Koker from the University of Hanover, is a driving force for his party.

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