Merz wants more returns
Berlin. Union parliamentary group leader Friedrich Merz warns the coalition - she must finally bring more rejected asylum seekers out of the country. She promised that, said Merz. Otherwise, acceptance for immigration suffers. Union faction leader Friedrich Merz expects from the traffic light to implement the cuddly "return offensive".
survey: traffic light coalition continues to lose in voting favor-without majority
, according to ARD Germany trend, the traffic light coalition would currently not receive a majority. The Union would be the strongest force.
Berlin-The traffic light coalition around Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) is now in office. However, the new ARD Germany trend for the morning magazine on Friday (December 9th) reveals a mood low. The ruling parties would currently not get a majority. Only 42 percent of those surveyed would give their voice one of the three coalition parties. The CDU/CSU, on the other hand, could form a coalition with the Greens.
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would be a federal election on Sunday, according to the survey, the Union would be the strongest party to 29 percent. However, they lose one percentage point compared to the previous week. SPD and the Greens would unchanged to 18 percent. 15 percent would vote for the AfD. In the Germany trend, the FDP increases one percentage point to six percent compared to the previous week. The left is still five percent.
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Germany trend: Inflation depresses the respondents
The basic mood of the respondents is tense. This is mainly due to the high inflation and an impending recession in the coming year. The economic expectations for the coming year will therefore be steamed by the eligible voters. Far more than every third (42 percent) expects that he will be economically worse in a year than today.
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compared to a survey in July of this year, the negative expectation is slightly declining with minus six percent. 47 percent assume that your personal conditions will not change in one year. Eight percent expect a better personal situation in December 2023.
East Germans and people with low incomes particularly pessimistic
The negative assessments come especially from people with low incomes and citizens from East Germany. Every second one with a monthly budget-net income under 1500 euros fears that he would be economically worse in 2023. In the case of East Germans, it is 49 percent that share this forecast. (Jo/AFP)
Before that, the government monitor had already shown on behalf of the Spiegel how dissatisfied some Germans surveyed are with the traffic light ministers.
Support for AfD in Bautzen: "Kotau of the CDU before right-wing extremism" .
The CDU votes in the district council of Bautzen for an AfD application against certain asylum seekers. SPD and Greens miss a word of power by Friedrich Merz. © Photo: dpa/Kay Nietfeld is to explain to the voice behavior of the CDU in Bautzen: Union faction and CDU party leader Friedrich Merz.