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The Greens continue to lose support. This shows the new Insa opinion trend. The AfD is gaining popularity – and even overtakes the Greens.
In the current Insa survey, the Greens continue to lose approval. Only about 15.5 percent of those entitled to vote would vote for Robert Habeck’s party. Kay Nietfeld/dpa
In the current Insa opinion trend, which the opinion research institute collects for the Bild newspaper, the Greens have continued to lose approval. In the most recent survey, the party led by Vice Chancellor and Economics Minister Robert Habeck lost 0.5 percentage points.
Only 15.5 percent of those entitled to vote would currently vote for the Greens. 40 percent stated that the Greens are fundamentally out of the question for them. The core electorate of the Greens is reduced by one point to 10 percent – and thus falls excessively.
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Compared to the previous week, however, the other government parties also lost. SPD and FDP also lose 0.5 percent and are currently at 20 and 7.5 percent in the survey.
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The AfD is gaining popularity – and not too little. According to the survey, 16 percent of the AfD would vote. With this value, the AfD overtakes the Greens and has reached its personal highest value since opinion trends were surveyed. The left is growing again, but only comes to 4.5 percent. That would not be enough for entry into the Bundestag.
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The Union parties, on the other hand, remain stable. 28 percent of those eligible to vote would vote for the party around Friedrich Merz. The CDU/CSU thus remain the strongest force in the polls. A government without them would not be possible at the moment.
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The Greens also have to lose votes in the fight for the most popular politicians in Germany. Federal Agriculture Minister Cem Özdemir slipped from 6th to 7th place, Federal Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock from 7th to 8th place and Federal Economics Minister Robert Habeck slipped from 10th to 11th place.
The most popular politicians remain Federal Defense Minister Boris Pistorius and Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Söder.