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50 percent of citizens think Scholz is the wrong chancellor

According to a survey, citizens' trust in the traffic light government has been severely shaken.

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50 percent of citizens think Scholz is the wrong chancellor

According to a survey, citizens' trust in the traffic light government has been severely shaken. A good 50 percent of those surveyed thought Olaf Scholz (SPD) was the wrong person to fill his post, reports “Bild”, citing a survey by the opinion research institute Insa on Tuesday. Only 38 percent thought Scholz was the right person.

Also when asked, "How high or low is your trust in the federal government to solve the current crises (inflation, war, pandemic)?", 64.5 percent of those surveyed said their trust was "low", and 30 .3 percent – ​​“large”.

A split picture emerged from Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock (Greens). Here 43.7 percent said it was the right choice. 44.7 percent thought Baerbock was in the wrong place. Economics Minister Robert Habeck (Greens) has 34.9 percent approval. 49.9 percent saw it as the wrong cast. 33.6 percent see Finance Minister Christian Lindner (FDP) as the right choice and 50.3 percent not.

Health Minister Karl Lauterbach (SPD) continues to polarize: 40.9 percent think he is in the right place, and 47.2 percent say the opposite. The values ​​of Federal Defense Minister Christine Lambrecht (SPD) are clear: Only 18.1 percent see her as the right choice and 63.1 percent say that she is in the wrong place.

A year after the general election, the AfD is in first place in eastern Germany. In the so-called Sunday question, the right-wing party currently has 27 percent in the eastern federal states and 12 percent in the western states. Number two in the east is the CDU with 26 percent.

Nationwide, the institute determined the following values ​​among 2102 participants when asked what they would vote for if there were a general election next Sunday: CDU/CSU 27.5 percent (a drop of one percentage point compared to the previous survey); the SPD 18 percent (minus 0.5 percent); the Greens (19.5 percent) and the FDP (8 percent) each gain half a percentage point. The nationwide value for the AfD is 15 percent (plus 1). The left comes to 5.5 percent (unchanged).

The error tolerance given in the survey for the Sunday question is 2.4 percentage points, which means that the results could be higher or lower by this value. The survey took place from September 23rd to 26th.

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