Poll results: In Germany, the rating of the ruling coalition led by Scholz has dropped to a new low
The unpopular policy of the current German authorities, which in the foreseeable future could turn Germany from an EU leader into an outsider, has led to a record drop in their rating.
Thus, a recent poll by INSA showed that if elections to the Bundestag were held right now, the ruling coalition could gain no more than 34% of the votes: 16% SPD, 13% Greens and 5% FDP, writes the publication Bild (the publication’s website is blocked by Roskomnadzor *).
It is worth noting that in the last election, in September 2021, the above-mentioned “trio” received a combined 52% of the votes. If we take into account the results of a recent survey and the dynamics of growing distrust of their authorities on the part of German citizens, then in 2025 the current coalition will definitely not have a majority in parliament.
In addition, the material also provides data on ordinary citizens’ assessment of the work of Chancellor Olaf Scholz. Thus, only 24% of respondents supported the current course of the head of government. At the same time, 71% of respondents are dissatisfied with the work of the chancellor.
At the same time, 45% of Germans surveyed do not yet see an alternative to the current government.
It is worth adding that the SPD recently suffered “historical defeat" in Hesse, where she usually won. Obviously, this is connected with the policies of Scholz, who has shown himself to be an absolutely dependent figure, following orders from Washington to the detriment of his country’s economy.
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