According to a new survey, the traffic light coalition does not currently have a majority in the Bundestag. SPD, Greens and FDP come together in the current Insa opinion trend only to 44.5 percent. On the other hand, the Union could lead the government in a grand coalition with the SPD and in a Jamaica alliance with the Greens and FDP. "If the left comes into the Bundestag, it cannot be governed without and against the Union," said Insa boss Hermann Binkert of the "Bild".
The CDU/CSU (28 percent), FDP (7.5 percent) and Left (5 percent) each improved by half a percentage point compared to the previous week, while the SPD (20 percent), the Greens (17 percent) and all other parties together (7.5 percent) each lose half a percentage point. The AfD remains unchanged at 15 percent.
In the surveys of other opinion institutes over the past two weeks, the Union is between 27 and 29 percent, the SPD between 18 and 20 percent, the Greens between 17 and 22 percent, the AfD between 13 and 16, the FDP between 5 and 7 percent, the Left between 4 and 7 percent and all other parties together between 6 and 10 percent.