Hanover survey-Hammer in lower Saxony!
Would be Sunday's state elections, would be the SPD to 30 percent and would be the strongest force in the country. This is the result of the lower Saxony-Trends of the opinion research Institute INSA in the order of the IMAGE.
For the first Time in more than two years, the SPD can be used in surveys of their coalition partners, the CDU leave behind. Reason is a significant drop in approval for the Union.
Specifically, the SPD would with Prime Minister Stephan Weil (62) to 30 per cent, 3 percentage points more than in the INSA poll in November 2020. The CDU came in at 26 percent - a loss of 8 percentage points.
The Green remained stable at 18 percent. The FDP would also be a winner and increased to 9% (+ 3). The AfD came to 7 per cent (+ 1), the Left would miss with 4 per cent, (- 1) in the Parliament of lower Saxony.
INSA chief Hermann Binkert notes: "The negative national trend by proposing for the Union in lower Saxony fully. MP could be Because reign with Red-Black or Red-Green.“