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For the CDU and the SPD could be the day of the election in Hessen bitter. The current ARD”Germany trend” according to which both parties must reckon with massive loss of votes. Accordingly, the CDU is only at 26 percent, the SPD’s 21 percent. Would reach 20 per cent, a record in the state of Hesse.

The AfD, according to the survey, twelve percent, and would move in for the first time in the Hessian state Parliament. The comes, therefore, at nine percent, the left party on eight per cent.

According to the survey values, the reigning black-green state government under Prime Minister Volker Bouffier (CDU), would no longer be a majority. A Grand coalition would not be possible. Mathematically conceivable, however, a “Jamaica coalition” of CDU, Greens and FDP, or a red-red-green coalition.

For the ARD”Germany trend” respondents in the opinion research Institute infratest dimap on Tuesday and Wednesday, 1002 eligible to vote. The statistical errors range between 1.4 and 3.1 percentage points.


The Greens could get in the Hessian state Parliament elections at the end of October at record levels. The current polls suggest, at least. The top candidate of Hesse’s Greens, Tarek Al-Wazir, does not believe, however, that the Greens can be a new people’s party.

Al-Wazir, the “Frankfurter Allgemeine week said”: “We can’t reach such heights as is currently the case only because of the people’s parties in the old Form.” The old class and Religion would play in this society, no major role more, and, therefore, also the time of the old people’s parties, go to the end. “That’s why the Greens can be a new people’s party,” said Al-Wazir.

It was not normal, that his party is nationwide in the polls, he said. “This has to do with the particular weakness of the CSU, the CDU and especially the SPD. You can’t assume that it will always be so,” said Al-Wazir.

With concern for the top candidate of Hesse’s Greens looked at the AfD. “Actually, the reaction of the Federal government on the presence of the AfD would have to be in the Bundestag, that it revolves just around yourself. But it is precisely at this point that the coalition is failing,” he said.

According to the latest survey of the Greens in Hessen, are at 22 per cent, and thus, the second strongest force. The CDU would be only 26 percent, the SPD on 20 percent.

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