Approval in free fall: Laschet goes down in new survey

In the on Sunday from the West German broadcasting (WDR) published survey, the "NRW-Trend" showed only 46 percent of the respondents with laschet's political

Approval in free fall: Laschet goes down in new survey

In the on Sunday from the West German broadcasting (WDR) published survey, the "NRW-Trend" showed only 46 percent of the respondents with laschet's political work, 45 percent were unhappy. In the last survey in April, 65 percent of respondents were still with Laschet satisfied and just 30 percent dissatisfied have been.

The more critical perspective of the citizens to the Prime Minister was also reflected in the voters ' preferences. Would be chosen this Sunday, a new Parliament in North Rhine-Westphalia, the CDU on 37 percent - three percentage points less than in April. Their coalition partner, the FDP would be unchanged at seven percent. So the black would-yellow coalition government no longer a majority in the Parliament.

Left would miss to enter in the Parliament

The SPD was able to recover after their record low in April, slightly rose by one point to 20 percent. It was thus on a par with the Greens. The AfD increased slightly by one point and came down to seven per cent. The Left would miss unchanged at four percent of the catchment in the düsseldorf state Parliament.

Prime Minister Laschet, the Federal government presidency candidate for the CDU, lost the election to consent, with the exception of the AfD supporters. Of the CDU-supporters, 68 per cent were satisfied with it, these were 16 percentage points less than in April. To grow, he was able to supporters since April, only in the case of AfD, from 20 percent to 29 percent.

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Updated Date: 14 June 2020, 14:26

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