Survey: Every second person is dissatisfied with Economics Minister Habeck


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Every second person is dissatisfied with Economics Minister Habeck

Economics Minister Robert Habeck together with his party colleague, State Secretary Michael Kellner in the Bundestag.  Photo: Mic

Economics Minister Robert Habeck together with his party colleague, State Secretary Michael Kellner in the Bundestag. photo

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The debates about the gas levy and his statements about possible bankruptcies in the winter scratch the image of the Minister of Economic Affairs. Almost half of the citizens are currently dissatisfied with their work.

Federal Minister of Economics Robert Habeck According to a survey, (Greens) is clearly losing public support in the middle of the energy crisis. Almost half of those surveyed (49 percent) believe that Habeck is currently doing a bad job - only 26 percent found this in the same survey at the beginning of June. In a survey conducted by the opinion research institute Insa on behalf of "Bild am Sonntag", 34 percent (June: 51 percent) currently certify that he is doing a good job.

Even as a possible chancellor, Habeck is no longer so popular: If the chancellor were directly elected, the climate protection minister would opinion poll according to currently received 19 percent approval. He is behind CDU leader Friedrich Merz (23 percent) and incumbent Olaf Scholz (SPD, 24 percent). In mid-August, 25 percent said they wanted to elect Habeck chancellor - he was ahead of Merz (19 percent) and Scholz (18 percent).

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