Berlin (APA / Reuters) – The big coalition is apparently losing more votes in Germany. CDU / CSU must give a point according to a survey by the polling station Emnid and would only be 30%, because the "Bild am Sonntag" was announced as a customer. The SPD therefore remains at 17 percent. Together the alliance would not get a majority, it should be chosen next Sunday.
The FDP (nine percent) and the AfD (15 percent) were one point in each case compared to the previous week. For example, the right-wing populist AfD is in line with the Greens, which again reached 15 percent. The left fell from ten to nine percent.