July 24, 2021

The Greens fall below 20 percent – what is Baerbock’s fault? – Domestic policy

On Saturday, Annalena Baerbock was officially elected Chancellor candidate of the Greens at the Green Party Congress – but her party continues to fall in favor of the voters!

In the current Insa opinion trend for BILD, the Greens lose one point (only come to 19.5 percent) and thus land below the 20 percent mark for the first time since mid-March. The race for first place is now increasingly becoming a battle for second place!

▶ ︎ Because the SPD (16.5 percent) wins one percentage point and continues to catch up with the Greens.

▶ ︎ CDU / CSU (27.5 percent) meanwhile increase their lead over their political competitors by a further percentage point compared to the previous week.

▶ ︎ The AfD (11 percent) and the FDP (13.5 percent) keep their values ​​from the previous week.

▶ ︎ The current black and red GroKo This improves to a combined 44 percent, but just as misses as Green-red-red a parliamentary majority with a total of 42 percent.

▶ ︎ There are certain majorities for one Jamaica coalition from CDU / CSU, Greens and FDP, which together comes to 59.5 percent. Same goes for one Germany coalition from Union, SPD and FDP, which together come to 56.5 percent, and just under for one Traffic light coalition from the Greens, SPD and FDP (49.5 percent).

Insa boss Hermann Binkert: “The FDP is the only party that would be involved in all three government options. Annalena Baerbock could only become Federal Chancellor in a traffic light coalition (with Social Democrats and Free Democrats). “

Binkert continues: “The worries about the corona virus and the economic consequences are falling. That affects the political mood. “

For the INSA opinion trend on behalf of BILD, a total of 2038 citizens were surveyed from June 11 to 14, 2021. The maximum statistical error tolerance is +/- 2.5 percentage points.