The Union has recently regained favor with voters after the ARD "Germany trend". If there were a federal election on Sunday, the CDU/CSU would currently have 30 percent, according to the survey published by the infratest dimap institute on Thursday. This is two percentage points more than in the previous month. All three parties in the traffic light coalition, on the other hand, lose one percentage point.
The chancellor party SPD is currently in the "Germany trend" like the Greens at 18 percent, the FDP at five percent. The AfD gained one percentage point (15 percent), the left remained unchanged at five percent. All other parties account for nine percent.
Despite the falling values for the individual coalition parties, the reputation of the federal government has increased slightly for the first time since July, the ARD reported. A year after taking office, however, it remains at a low level. Currently, three out of ten eligible voters (30 percent) are satisfied or very satisfied (plus two points) with the work of the SPD, Greens and FDP. 68 percent are less or not at all satisfied (minus one point).
17 percent of those surveyed believe that a CDU/CSU-led federal government could better solve the upcoming tasks and problems in Germany. 24 percent state that a Union-led government would solve the tasks and problems worse. A narrow majority of 52 percent think that a CDU/CSU-led federal government would do the same thing well or badly.
For the representative survey, infratest dimap interviewed 1318 eligible voters from Monday to Wednesday of this week. The possible error rate is two to three percent.