Economics Minister Robert Habeck is no longer the most popular politician in Germany, according to a survey. He lost in a survey by the institute Insa for the picture-Zeitung six points and fell from first place to sixth place. His Green party friend Annalena Baerbock, the Federal Foreign Minister, is now in the lead, but she also loses approval slightly. Bavaria's Prime Minister Markus Söder has risen from fourth to second place. CDU leader Friedrich Merz has improved from tenth to eighth place. Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) also moves up to eighth place. According to the survey, the Union is clearly ahead in party preference with 28 percent, the Greens lose slightly and come to 20 percent. The SPD is 18 percent, the FDP 8 percent and the AfD 13.5 percent. The left would move back into the Bundestag with 5.5 percent.