A majority of Germans wants a survey, a continuation of the embattled coalition. In the RTL/n-tv trend barometer, 59 percent of the 1003 respondents argue that the Union and the SPD govern until the end of the legislative period in 2021.
33 per cent want to, however, is that the Alliance of the CDU and the SPD ends prematurely. At the least, the inclination of the coalition fracture under supporters of the Union with 14 percent and the SPD with 32 percent, as the on Monday published Figures. Green voters are 40 percent of the opinion that the Grand coalition should not continue. In the case of the left-voters, 49 percent to find this, in the case of FDP supporters, 38 percent, and in the case of AfD sympathisers 68 percent.
Should burst the “Grand coalition”, would be 53 percent for a new election. A Jamaica-coalition of Union, Green party and FDP prefer 24 percent. 16 per cent were in favour of a minority government, Union and Green.
Among the supporters of the Union, however, 45 are for a “Jamaica coalition” and only 31 percent for a re-election of the Bundestag. In the case of FDP supporters, 54 percent would be for the Alliance, and only 35 percent for a new election. Sympathizers of the Greens see this differently, here, 55 percent rely on a new election and only 16 percent in Jamaica, should the current coalition collapse.