BERLIN (Dow Jones) – In the current INSA opinion trend for Bild (Tuesday), CDU / CSU (35.5 percent) and AfD (12 percent) each improve by half a point. The Left (7.5 percent) and Bündnis90 / Die Grünen (17.5 percent) each lose half a point. The FDP (6.5 percent) must give up one point. The SPD (14.5 percent) keeps its value from the previous week. Other parties together come to 6.5 percent (+1).
The GroKo from CDU / CSU and SPD comes together to 50 percent. Even for a black-green coalition of the CDU / CSU and Bündnis90 / Die Grünen it is enough with a total of 53 percent. A red-red-green alliance comes to 39.5 percent.
INSA boss Hermann Binkert told BILD: “From today’s perspective, it seems clear that the Union will provide the next chancellor. But only six out of ten eligible voters can already say who they want to vote for in the next federal election and only 55 percent of all voters who If you prefer a party, you are very sure of your intention to vote. Every tenth eligible voter is already certain that he will not take part in the federal election.
For the INSA opinion trend on behalf of BILD, a total of 2,069 citizens were surveyed from October 23 to 26, 2020. The maximum statistical error tolerance is +/- 2.5 percentage points.
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October 26, 2020 19:00 ET (23:00 GMT)