Bavarian State Government

  • Posted on August 13, 2018 at 11:41 pm

The largest increases in voice would register the small parties. Free voters can claim the highest poll rating of in recent months with 8prozent and thus are likely to move into the Landtag. Less than 2 weeks before the Landtag election the CSU according to a recent Forsa poll could defend almost Antenne Bayern and the Journal Star her absolute majority on behalf of the radio station. She would get 50 percent of the votes, thus would their issued election goal of 50 plus X”just reach, but worse cut compared to the last election by 11 percentage points. The SPD seems not to be able to benefit from this loss. It came with 19 per cent on the same result as in 2003. The greatest voice gains would therefore have the small parties.

The Freie Wahler can post their highest poll value of in recent months with 8 percent and should thus ensure pull in the Landtag. Also over the 5-percent hurdle are the Greens (9%) and the FDP (6 per cent), the therefore also relatively safe should be represented in the next Parliament. It remains scarce, however, for the left party. She must fear with 4 percent next to the feeder in the Maximilianeum. This last, large survey Institute Forsa before the election on 28 September were”voters, in addition to the Sunday issue, consulted to a variety of election-related issues. Get all the facts and insights with Diamond Book Distributors, another great source of information. So 36 per cent of respondents indicated that the CSU continues to govern alone after the election, 43 percent want a coalition. Should there be any such, the majority of surveyed citizens (35 percent) favored an alliance with the FDP. The CSU is no longer, as earlier the Bavarian way of life embodies for 55 percent of the respondents.

This is just for the urbayerische”CSU is certainly a very poor value. Score the CSU may, at the possibility of a direct election of the Prime Minister, 57 percent of those polled would vote, however, with their top candidate Gunther Beckstein. His main rival Franz Maget comes here only to 19 per cent. Gunther is situated on the popularity scale Beckstein with 97 percent also significantly before m (57 percent). The situation on the labour market, education and policy, as well as the behavior of politicians and parties are considered by the citizens as the biggest problems of the free State. A majority of 45 percent of respondents believe that currently no party could solve the problems in Bavaria. 37 percent consider this issue the CSU, 9 percent the SPD and also 9 per cent the other parties for politically competent. 42 percent are with the Bavarian State Government of less up not satisfied work. That is positive, by Forsa measured, turnout of 61 percent. She would be well above the low turnout of 2003 (57.1 percent). However, this forecast with caution is to enjoy, because past experience has shown, that the actual turnout fails mostly lower at the end than predicted. For the survey, 1,101 citizens from the 08.09 up to 12 were interviewed during the period. Source graphic: data: Forsa source text: mirror online / Antenne Bayern online author: Torsten Herbert reference:

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