According to a new survey, the CSU in Bavaria could win back the absolute majority. Other parties, on the other hand, are losing favor with voters.
- According to a study, the CSU could win back the absolute majority in Bavaria.
- This emerges from a representative survey by the polling institute Civey.
- The biggest loser, according to the representative survey, is the Greens , which lost 3.3 percentage points.
Augsburg - According to another study, the CSU could win back the absolute majority in Bavaria . According to this, almost every second voter in Bavaria would put his cross at Prime Minister Markus Söder's party . This emerges from a representative survey by the opinion research institute Civey for the "Augsburger Allgemeine" (Tuesday edition ) .
Civey survey in the Corona crisis: CSU in Bavaria again close to the absolute majority
If the state parliament were to be elected on Sunday, the Christian Socialists would receive a total of 49.1 percent of the vote in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic *. According to the newspaper, it is the best value for the CSU since the launch of its “Bavaria Monitor” in August 2017. For comparison: around two months ago, the party was still five percentage points less. The CSU has also been similarly strong in surveys by other media in recent weeks .
A crucial point for the strong performance is probably the corona policy of CSU boss Markus Söder *, which is very well received.
Coronavirus: Civey survey in Bavaria - Greens suffer losses in the crisis
According to the latest survey by the "Augsburger Allgemeine", the Greens must make the biggest loss . They pay 3.3 percentage points, making them the biggest loser and now total 16.3 percent. The AfD loses 1.5 points and comes to 7.1 percent.
The free voters , coalition partners of the CSU in Bavaria , reach 6.9 percent, a decrease of 1.2 percentage points compared to two months ago. The CSU and Free Voters have ruled in Bavaria since November 2018. In the corona crisis, the partners divide more and more. Is there now a risk of noise?
The SPD gets 8.9 percent of the vote in the poll, losing 0.4 points. The FDP and the Left would both miss the Landtag with 3.5 percent of the vote.
* Merkur.de is part of the nationwide Ippen-Digital editors network
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