DAccording to a new survey, the CSU is now under 36 percent approval in Bavaria. In a Civey survey published on Monday by the Augsburger Allgemeine and Spiegel Online, Christsocial reached 35.8 percent, two percentage points less than two weeks ago. This threatens the CSU in the state elections on October 14, a historic defeat – most recently in 1954 with 38 percent less than 40 percent.
The second strongest force in Bavaria according to the survey, the Greens, which could rise by 1.4 percentage points to 16.5 percent. The AFD rose by 0.2 percentage point to 13.7 percent, the SPD would come with a similarly slight increase of 0.3 percentage point to 12.1 percent approval.
This is followed by the Free Voters with unchanged 8.1 percent for the FDP with 5.8 percent approval, which corresponds to a minus of 0.3 percentage points. Civey interviewed 5046 voters from 30 August to 9 September, with a statistical error of 2.5%.