German conservatives fell to a record low after the election

The conservative bloc, which leads Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) in Germany, has fallen in voting intent to 19 percent, a record low that can be attributed to the recent failure in the elections in September, from which a government is foreseeable The leadership will emerge from the Social Democratic Party.

The CDU and its Bavarian partner, the Christian Social Union (CSU), are around 19 percent according to a survey by the Wahlen company, which this conservative alliance fell below the 20 percent mark for the first time since the Second World War.

German conservatives fell to a record low after the election
German conservatives fell to a record low after the election

The SPD, on the other hand, is 28 percent, with their potential coalition partners Los Verdes and the FDP the approval is 17 and 13 percent respectively. The survey gives Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) 11 percent and Die Linke (Die Linke) 5 percent.

The SPD, Greens and FDP are already in formal talks to form a tripartite government coalition, although contacts have been calm. Social democrats and ecologists have already made clear their will to rule together, and the most complex part would a priori be on the liberal side.

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