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Greens fall below 20 percent, Habeck behind Scholz and Merz

For the first time since April, the Greens have fallen below the 20 percent mark in the RTL/ntv “Trendbarometer”.

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Greens fall below 20 percent, Habeck behind Scholz and Merz

For the first time since April, the Greens have fallen below the 20 percent mark in the RTL/ntv “Trendbarometer”. The FDP recorded slight gains, coming in at 7 percent in the current survey. The values ​​for the SPD (19 percent), CDU (28 percent), Left (5 percent), AfD (13 percent) and the other parties (9 percent) remain unchanged.

80 percent of Germans still consider the energy supply to be the most important issue. The war in Ukraine follows in second place, moving 56 percent. According to data from the polling institute Forsa, the death of Queen Elizabeth II reached 22 percent.

If Germans could choose between Olaf Scholz, Friedrich Merz and Robert Hobeck in a direct election for the Chancellor, 23 percent of those entitled to vote opted for the incumbent Chancellor ( 2 percentage points), 22 percent for the CDU parliamentary group leader ( 2 percentage points) and 18 percent for the Federal Minister of Economics (-3 percentage points). 37 percent of voters would not vote for any of the three Chancellors.

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