Green chancellor candidate Annalena Baerbock was also unable to sharpen her profile during the flood disaster.
Incumbent Angela Merkel, on the other hand, received a good certificate.
Berlin - Union Chancellor candidate Armin Laschet * (CDU) has lost reputation in the flood disaster.
This is the result of a survey by the opinion research institute Insa for
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Accordingly, 57 percent of those questioned rate Laschet's actions with a view to the floods in parts of Germany negative, only 23 percent see his appearance as positive.
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The Chancellor candidate of the Greens, Annalena Baerbock *, also received a bad report from 46 percent of those surveyed, according to the survey, while 22 percent rated her actions in the flood disaster as positive.
With 39 percent positive responses, the actions of the SPD candidate and Federal Minister of Finance Olaf Scholz * received the best rating, 29 percent saw his actions as negative.
For comparison: Chancellor Angela Merkel * (CDU) found 60 percent positive and 25 percent negative.
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According to the paper, the evaluation also has an impact on voting preferences. If the Chancellor were to be directly elected, Laschet would only receive 15 percent, according to the survey, which is 5 percentage points less than in the previous week. Scholz, on the other hand, can increase his value by three points to 21 percent. Barbock came out unchanged to 14 percent, 38 percent would not vote for any of the three candidates. Insa interviewed 1005 people on July 24th.
(AFP / frs)
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