Poll before election in Lower Saxony

Stephan Weil, Prime Minister of Lower Saxony

NDR survey: 57 percent of those surveyed said they were satisfied with the work of Prime Minister Stephan Weil (SPD).

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Berlin the SPD can give hope in the state elections in Lower Saxony to become the strongest force on October 9th. According to a published on Thursday NDR-Opinion poll the SPD is ahead with 32 percent, one percentage point more than in August.

the CDU would then come to 28 percent (plus one point). The Greens lose two percentage points and end up with only 17 percent. the FDP reaches five percent (minus one) and has to worry about entering the state parliament.

the AfD on the other hand, increases as in the national trend and would now come to nine percent in Lower Saxony (plus two) - the highest value measured in surveys in the federal state since 2018. The Left would not enter the state parliament with four percent.

Of those surveyed, 57 percent said they were satisfied with the work of Prime Minister Stephan Weil (SPD). At Minister of Economics and CDU-Top candidate Bernd Althusmann is 41 percent. The relative satisfaction with the previous red-black is growing coalition in Hanover, which is reflected in the answers to the question about coalition preference after the election.

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Because only 40 percent (minus three) are now in favor of red-green, while approval for a continuation of the alliance between the SPD and CDU is increasing at 36 percent (plus three). All other constellations, also one traffic light government on state level, are significantly less popular. Respondents named energy policy as the predominant topic.

The opinion research institute Infratest dimap had questioned 1156 eligible voters.

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