CSU boss Markus Söder hopes that the TV triall will change the mood before the federal election in 2021. Will CDU man Armin Laschet turn things around?
There's a new poll.
Munich / Berlin - Is that just a campaign tactic?
Has the Union already got hold of the slogans?
Or does CSU boss Markus Söder have a very exclusive opinion?
"If there is still a chance to break the trend, it will be this weekend," said CSU chairman Söder at the beginning of the party conference last Friday (September 10th).
Survey on the 2021 federal election: was CDU man Armin Laschet able to catch up after TV triumph?
The polls for the federal election in 2021 * did not bode well for the conservatives around Chancellor candidate Armin Laschet * at this point in time: the Union was in danger of falling below the 20 percent in favor of voters.
The party convention of the Bavarian sister and the subsequent TV triad by ARD and ZDF * should ensure a change.
At least that is what Söder imagines.
This is a trend reversal and gives tailwind.
CSU boss Markus Söder to the TV triumph
“That was a convincing performance and a clear win on points for Armin Laschet *.
This is a trend reversal and gives tailwind for the final spurt, ”explained the 54-year-old Franconian after the live broadcast of the public service on Sunday evening.
Did it really work?
There is a first hint of the Bavarian-Franconian trend reversal forecast.
The opinion research institute INSA surveyed
on behalf of
between Friday and Monday.
The survey period therefore fell at least partially in the period after the triell.
Survey on the 2021 federal election: CDU man Armin Laschet was unable to catch up after TV triumph
The result: The SPD around Chancellor candidate Olaf Scholz * is unchanged at 26 percent, the CDU and CSU * are also unchanged at only 20.5 percent.
The Greens under Chancellor candidate Annalena Baerbock * even lose half a percentage point and land at 15 percent.
So stagnation rather than trend reversal is the order of the day.
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Instead, there have recently been reports that individual CDU candidates for the Bundestag would even forego campaign advertising with Laschet posters in their constituencies.
Among other things, the
program "Berlin direkt"
reported on it.
"Of course we have the federal association's advertising material with us," said Jan-Marco Luczak, member of the Bundestag, in a clip.
Survey on the 2021 federal election: CDU is still well behind the SPD
However, the Laschet posters could not be seen at an election campaign event for several CDU politicians in Berlin.
For the Union's elected officials, shortly before the 2021 federal election *, it will have long been a question of their own seats in parliament.
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