Three and a half weeks prior to the ballot of 10. February, the urban sprawl initiative of the young Green is still a majority. The second wave of the representative Tamedia-vote survey, the state of the opinion at 10./ 11. January maps.
52 per cent say Yes or rather Yes to the referendum, the country is to far to freeze the building zones. The are two percentage points less than in the first survey, from the 20. and 21. December. The two leading political scientists, Lucas Leemann and Fabio Wasserfallen concluded that at that time, the support will crumble in the course of the vote fight – the classic course in the case of a popular initiative.
While this assessment is true, up to now, however, the decrease is comparatively small. Leemann, with the public debate that is not yet properly in the gears. The change, he is convinced. With the result that the Initiative will fail at the end.
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the template in the first survey, with voters of all parties except the FDP and the CVP majority, and it now only the Green (85 per cent), the SP (70 percent) and the GLP (67 percent). Settling movements there is, therefore, in the case of the SVP and BDP voters. While men reject the Initiative by a majority (52 percent), find the template in the case of women, a favourable majority (60 percent).
Despite Leemanns evaluation Lucjan Franzini from the initiative's Committee speaks of a "positive" result, which he weighted higher, than the opposition, the Switzerland zukleistere currently with no posters. Since the current legislation could not stop the urban sprawl , the Initiative is the ideal complement to the existing spatial planning law.
objected to by the opponent speak vehemently. The Initiative, Nationalrat Christian Wasserfallen, stop a floor plan of the economic approach, with prescribed Development in the whole of Switzerland – "a rice-a wolf in sheep's clothing". The result of the survey conducted by the liberal doesn't trust: Such surveys are very imprecise, what I have introduced in the past blatant false results.
Created: 15.01.2019, 22:06 PM