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Greens: Baerbock or Habeck? The date for the K decision is set - the survey already gives the first hint


Are the Greens going into the race with a male or female candidate? The decision will be made in less than two weeks.

Are the Greens going into the race with a male or female candidate?

The decision will be made in less than two weeks.

Update from April 7th, 4:46 pm

: “We want to lead the country into the future.

That is why we are fighting for the historically best green result of all time and the leadership of the next federal government ”: Greens Managing Director Michael Kellner has once again underlined the goal of his party: It should be the Chancellery.

The Greens achieved their best result so far in a federal election in 2009 with 10.7 percent, in the last election in 2017 they only got 8.9 percent.

In the polls, however, they are currently the second strongest force behind the Union - at over 20 percent.

Accordingly, the Greens now want to name a chancellor candidate for the first time in their history - even if Annalena Baerbock and Robert Habeck still want to appear as a top duo in the election campaign.

In the past few weeks, the two have repeatedly confirmed that they want to clarify the K question among themselves first.

Poll: A majority is in favor of Habeck as a candidate for chancellor - but there is a trend

The sympathies of the entire electorate are more towards Habeck.

In a Civey survey commissioned by


in March, 33 percent thought he was the more suitable candidate for Chancellor, and only 23 percent were in favor of Baerbock.

However, the trend is moving continuously towards Baerbock.

The preferences are almost evenly distributed among the Greens supporters: 41 percent are for Habeck, 40 percent for Baerbock.

For the 51-year-old Habeck, in addition to the sympathy values, it is mentioned that he has already gained government experience as Minister of Agriculture and Deputy Prime Minister of Schleswig-Holstein.

The 40-year-old Baerbock, however, is considered by some observers to be stronger in terms of content *.

On the question of whether gender plays a role in the candidacy for chancellor, Habeck said in mid-March on the ARD program “Anne Will”: “If Annalena Baerbock, as a woman, would say, I'll do it because I'm a woman - and women have them the first access right - then she has it, of course.

But neither Annalena nor I argue that way. "

Baerbock or Habeck?

Green tip sets the decision date for the K question

Our first report from April 7th

: Berlin - The Green

Board of

Directors will propose on April 19th who of the party leaders Annalena Baerbock and Robert Habeck should take over the candidacy for chancellor in the federal election on September 26th.

This was announced by the Greens managing director Michael Kellner to the state chairman and the party council on Wednesday in a letter that was available to the German press agency.

The final decision on the candidate for chancellor will be made at the Green Party Congress from June 11th to 13th.

Polls ahead of the 2021 federal election: Greens are hot on the heels of the CDU / CSU

The Greens * want to join the 40-year-old Baerbock and 51-year-old Habeck as a top duo in the federal election campaign.

Nevertheless, there should be a chancellor candidate for the first time in the history of the game.

It has long been clear that only the two party leaders are eligible.

The two have said several times that they want to clarify the question among themselves first.

In the polls, the Greens have been on the up for months.

Most recently they were over 20 percent and thus in second place behind the CDU * / CSU *.

The SPD * wants to go into the Bundestag election campaign with Vice Chancellor and Finance Minister Olaf Scholz as candidate for Chancellor.

The decision of the CDU / CSU is still pending.

(dpa / frs) * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

List of rubric lists: © Kay Nietfeld / dpa

Source: merkur

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