ARD Germany trend: Union and SPD crash in the electorate

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Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU). © dpa / Kay NietfeldDer current "Germany trend": Union and SPD crash further. For both the Union and the SPD these are the worst values ​​in the ARD Germany trend ever. Berlin – Union and SPD fall according to the current ARD "Germany trend" in the voter favor continues from. The CDU / CSU lost three percentage points to the poll published on Thursday, dropping to 26 percent. The SPD also lost three points to only 15 percent. For both the Union and for the SPD, these are the worst so far in the "German trend" ever. By contrast, the Greens increased by three points and moved with 17 percent of the SPD and AfD over to second place. This is their previous peak value. For the AfD continued to speak 16 percent. The FDP won two points to ten percent. The Left Party also remains at ten percent. Also possible: Jamaica alliance of the Union, Greens and FDPUnion and SPD would be far from a government majority. Only alliances of at least three parties would be possible, including a Jamaican coalition of the Union, the Greens and the FDP, a Kenya coalition of the Union, the SPD and the Greens or an alliance of the Union, the SPD and the FDP. Only 24 percent of the respondents expressed their satisfaction the work of the Federal Government, seven percentage points less than in September. 76 percent are less or not satisfied. 56 percent of Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU), 31 percent of CSU leader Horst Seehofer and two percent of SPD chairman Andrea Nahles, are the main responsible for the state of the government. Considering individual topics, 82 percent are dissatisfied with the actions of the government with the diesel retrofit or the replacement of older vehicles. 78 percent are dissatisfied with the creation of affordable housing, 73 percent think the government's climate policy is wrong. 68 percent oppose their refugee policy, 65 percent against pension and social policy. Satisfaction prevails, on the other hand, with 50 percent protection against crime and crimes and 59 percent with economic policy. List of the most popular politicians: Foreign Minister Heiko Maas at the top In the list of most popular politicians, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas (SPD) is ahead with 46 percent approval (minus one), followed by Minister of Economics Peter Altmaier (CDU) with 45 percent (plus two) before Finance Minister Olaf Scholz (plus one) and Merkel (unchanged) with 44 percent each. Nahles reaches 30 percent (minus five). Green boss Habeck, which is still unknown to 58 percent of respondents, is catching up to 28 percent (plus five). Seehofer reaches only 22 percent (minus twelve). For the Sunday question on behalf of the ARD "Tagesthemen" questioned the polling institute Infratest dimap from Monday to Wednesday this week, 1,508 representatively selected voters. The fluctuation range is given as up to 3.1 percent. Also read: Bayern in front of the most exciting state election since 1950 – that is at stake for the CSU. AFP

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