Dusseldorf The Greens have in the week of their co-decided Clearing of the lignite mining town of Lützerath, which was occupied by activists lost the voters’ favour. In the weekly voter survey, which the opinion research institute Insa collects weekly for the “Bild am Sonntag”, the Greens come to 17 percent this week, that is a percentage point less than in the previous week.
the SPD stays at 20 percent that FDP can gain a point and comes to eight percent. According to the “Sunday trend”, the existing traffic light coalition would still not get a majority in a federal election with a total of 45 percent of the votes.
The Union parties remain the strongest with an unchanged 27 percent. All other parties’ approval ratings remain unchanged from last week’s Sunday Trend poll: The AfD is 15 percent, the left at five percent.
Together, the three opposition parties would come to 47 percent. The other parties could unite the remaining eight percent of the votes.
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Leading Green politicians such as Federal Minister of Economics Robert Habeck and his NRW colleague Mona Neubaur defended the demolition of Lützerath by saying that the coal underneath is needed to maintain energy security in the current crisis. This had not only caused criticism in their own ranks, but apparently also left its mark on the voters
Regarding criticism from his own party about the demolition of the village of Lützerath at the Garzweiler opencast mine, Neubaur said: “I don’t see it as a stab in the back. I don’t feel betrayed.” In a democratic party, you have to have discussions with one another, and that’s also a quality of the Greens.
Last also had the well-known Environmental activist Greta Thunberg has criticized the Greens for their support for the demolition of Lützerath and the dredging of the coal lying beneath the village. corporations like RWE you really have to be held accountable for how they treated people. “The fact that the Greens make compromises with such companies shows where their priorities lie,” the Swedish climate activist said on Saturday.
For the “Bild am Sonntag”, INSA asked 1,202 people between January 9 and 13, 2023, “If there were a federal election next Sunday, how would you vote?” The maximum error tolerance is +/- 2.9 percentage points.