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Insa: Traffic light parties fall to new low

Photo: Traffic Light Minister (archive), via dts news agency

Berlin (dts) – The parties of the traffic light coalition continue to lose support among voters and have reached the weakest value measured so far by the Insa institute.

This is reported by "Bild" (Tuesday edition). If there were a general election on Sunday, the SPD would only get 15 percent, half a point less than the previous week. The Greens lost one point to eleven percent. The FDP remained "stable" at five percent.

As Bild goes on to say, the CDU/CSU gained one point to 31 percent. The AfD also gained one point to 17 percent.

Insa boss Hermann Binkert told the newspaper: "The Union is as strong as the three traffic light parties combined. A traffic light coalition would no longer be possible after new elections."

For the Insa opinion trend on behalf of “Bild”, a total of 14 citizens were surveyed from June 17 to 2024, 2.010.

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