The German Social Democratic Party (SPD) obtains the highest percentage of votes in the general elections next Sunday, although the distance that separates you from the conservatives of the CDU / CSU is reduced, according to new polls known on Thursday.
The data from the weekly 'der Spiegel', based on the survey of the Civey Device Institute, give the SPD and its candidate for the Foreign Ministry, Olaf Scholz, 25% of the suffrage, while the Conservatives, whose candidate is Armin Laschet, I would get 23%.
The Greens achieve 15% of the votes in this survey, followed by 12% of the FDP liberals and 10% of the Alternative's Ultraranscha for Germany (AFD). The left would reach 6%.
Another survey, prepared by the Kantar Institute for the 'Focus' weekly, expands the advantage of SPD, which attributes a 25% vote intention, but loses a percentage point on preceding data, and places conservatives in second position With 21%. The study grants the greens 16% (1% less than in the previous survey of the same Institute), to the AFD 11% - the same as the Liberals of the FDP - and attributes 7% on the left.
The latter surveys are known before the latest commitments of the candidates in their campaigns for the elections and they all plan to participate in this Thursday night in the last debate organized by the public ARD channels and ZDF.
The leaders of SPD, Scholz, and conservatives, Laschet, also have their latest electoral acts on Friday, the first one in a mittle in Cologne (West) and the second, wrapped by the Chancellor Angela Merkel, in Munich (South).Updated Date: 23 September 2021, 16:16