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SP and SVP threaten losses

Now the pendulum strikes back. Four years ago, the parties with the Eco-Label in the Canton of Zurich, elections, Green even the losers, now that the election p

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SP and SVP threaten losses

Now the pendulum strikes back. Four years ago, the parties with the Eco-Label in the Canton of Zurich, elections, Green even the losers, now that the election poll of the "Tages-Anzeiger" shows that you at 24. March will probably win back votes. At the beginning of March, 10 percent would be given according to the survey, your voice, the green liberal party, that would be points, a Plus of 2.4 percent. The Greens would have received 9.3 percent, an increase of 2.1 points. Among the losers are the large Polparteien, the SVP and SP, which would have lost 1,8, respectively, 1.1 points.

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a Decisive factor for the choice decision, two issues which are currently topical but are actually not the classic cantonal policy areas are: climate and the European policy. The green liberals benefit from it twice: "you win votes from former FDP voters on the basis of its climate policy-and SP-voters, due to their dedicated Pro-European course," says Michael Hermann. The political geographer, has conducted with his research Institute Sotomo the survey on behalf of the "Tages-Anzeiger".

what is Surprising is that the SVP can benefit from the discussion of the framework agreement, actually, the relationship EU–Switzerland is a hobby-horse of the party. Michael Hermann speaks of a crossroads. "For the first time, the SVP was not a unique feature in EU policy." Many parties were skeptical, and the media focus was on the criticism of the trade unions.

This also affects the left voters. A quarter of respondents SP-voters is dissatisfied with the European policy of their party. This value is in no other group of voters is so high. Hermann noted, however, that the survey was carried out directly after Chantal Galladés much more set to read only party exchange. The former SP national councillor moved by the end of February to GLP. Her main reason: The critical attitude of the SP towards the framework agreement. "We are moving in a very dynamic environment. The FDP has since called more clearly for the framework agreement, the SP is positioned also new," he says.

the parties

it is Difficult to respond to the BDP. According to the survey, the party loses re-vote. "We will create the 5-percent hurdle and re-group strength in the cantonal Parliament," says BDP President and state councillor candidate Rosmarie Quadranti. The results of the survey are available for a small party like the BDP is not very meaningful, the margin of error is too great.

The SVP wants to translate the bad survey results are positive. "So it is to our constituents is clear that you need to go to the ballot box," says Alfred Heer, campaign Manager for the SVP. And the end of the week, the SVP will send your case against the EU-framework contract in the households. This is for Switzerland more important than the fight against climate change.

Andreas Daurù, SP-Co-President, believes that it is going to look on the day of the election for the SP better than in the survey. The SP will result in thousands of phone calls to potential voters. The GLP, to move which not only Chantal Galladé, but also SP-voters and voters, could be offset in the eyes of Daurù. Because a framework agreement without the grippy protection of Wages, was not in the majority of the people are capable of. That's why the SP is for a strong and social Europe. But in the framework agreement, the wage would have to be protection.

Between joy and caution

That losses for the SP sign, deplores the President of the Green, Marionna Schlatter: "It is great that we can grow. If the but only we can do, not strengthens, the left Green." Now, it is important to mobilize. The good survey results of your councillor candidate Martin Neukom, the campaign team motivate in addition to help.

Corina Gredig, Co-President of the green liberal, oscillates between joy and caution. "The courageous decision of the GLP, to commit last summer, clearly Europe is paying off," she says. Gredig but warns against a big Unknown in the election Sunday. The turnout will be low, and will win, who will mobilise a well. "We are optimistic that we will succeed, because the Rights in the Canton and Federal level, all the climate targets thrown, meanwhile the Left struggles to their European position." The green liberals have the goal, the losses from 2015 to recoup: plus 5 seats. "An ambitious goal," says Gredig, "but with a plus of 2.4 percent, we could make it." (Tages-Anzeiger)

Created: 12.03.2019, 22:03 PM

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