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SPD for the first time at 15 percent and only at the fourth strongest party

SPD for the first time at 15 percent and only at the fourth strongest party

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Rural research SPD for the first time at 15 percent and only at the fourth strongest party

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According to a recent GMS survey, the SPD loses its advantage and slips to 15 percent. That would only make the Social Democrats the fourth strongest force. The greens on the other hand are increasing.

The next blow to the SPD: in a GMS survey it drops to 15 percent, so it is behind three other parties. Shortly before the state elections in Bavaria, more than half of the respondents are still undecided.

Dhe crashes from the SPD in national polls seems to have no limit. If the elections of the Bundestag were to be coming Sunday, according to a representative survey by GMS, only 15 percent of voters would decide for the Social Democrats. The SPD loses two weeks ago compared to the previous survey, a percentage point and for the first time only comes at federal level on the fourth strongest level of all parties. It is their new low in the regular monthly surveys conducted by GMS since 2002.

CDU / CSU (27 percent) and AfD (18 percent) can keep their results from the last GMS survey at the end of September. The Greens are up by one percentage point and, with 16 percent of the votes in the elections in the Bundestag, for the first time before the EPD in the GMS surveys. The FDP (plus one percentage point) and the left (unchanged) each reach ten percent.

The other parties come together for four percent. The percentage of non-voters and undecided is still 35 percent, well above the level of the non-voting part of about 25 percent in the general elections in September 2017.

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