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Before TV triumph number three: Laschet accuses Scholz party of “hubris”

2021-09-18T17:34:42.975Z

Will the cards be reshuffled afterwards in the “lightning survey”? On Sunday, Scholz, Laschet and Baerbock will again advertise for voters on live TV. The news ticker.



Will the cards be reshuffled afterwards in the “lightning survey”?

On Sunday, Scholz, Laschet and Baerbock will again advertise for voters on live TV.

The news ticker.

  • The third triumph with Olaf Scholz *, Armin Laschet * and Annalene Baerbock * runs on September 19th.

  • It is the last TV exchange between the three candidates for the Chancellery * before the election date *.

  • Despite poor poll results *, Laschet was recently convinced of a victory for the CDU * / CSU *.

Berlin - Three times three candidates for the Chancellery in the TV dispute: The last of a total of three trialles before the federal election * are again hosted by private broadcasters.

Pro Sieben, Sat.1 and Kabel eins will broadcast the talk with Olaf Scholz, Armin Laschet and Annalena Baerbock on September 19 from 8.15 p.m.

Linda Zervakis and Claudia von Brauchitsch will moderate the round.

Relatively new: the word "Blitzumfrage".

According to a survey conducted by Infratest dimap, the SPD candidate for Chancellor Olaf Scholz * won the second triall on ARD / ZDF.

41 percent of viewers found it to be the most convincing.

Union Chancellor candidate Armin Laschet * landed behind Scholz with 27 percent, ahead of Green Chancellor candidate Annalena Baerbock * with 25 percent.

In an (just as quick) Forsa survey after the first triumph on RTL / ntv, viewers had also seen Scholz as the winner - behind, however, Baerbock in second place and Laschet in third.

Before the Bundestag election triell: Laschet speaks of the "hubris of the SPD"

Laschet (CDU), however, continues to believe in the election victory despite poor poll numbers.

"I am convinced that we will be the first to cross the finish line," he told

Welt am Sonntag

as announced in advance.

"We feel that something is moving."

He assumed that the Social Democrats, who were ahead in the polls *, had a premature certainty of victory.

"The hubris of the SPD, this election has already been won, is shattered by reality." Laschet continued to tell the newspaper: "I want to do everything so that red-red-green does not find a majority - that's what the final sprint is all about."

Surveys before the third TV triad: GroKo possible, but unpopular

With all caution with regard to the survey values ​​- a two-party alliance is currently unlikely: In terms of figures, a further GroKo could possibly be possible, but both partners actually do not want that.

A whole series of coalitions are mathematically possible, such as red-green-red, a traffic light made up of the SPD, the Greens and the FDP and an alliance of the CDU / CSU, the Greens and the FDP.

Third triumph with Baerbock, Laschet and Scholz - further TV appearances follow

In addition to TV appearances, there are marketplace speeches and discussion forums almost every day during the election campaign.

According to the dpa, Scholz is mainly in Bavaria, Lower Saxony and North Rhine-Westphalia.

Laschet is making - as of September 17th - a little fewer appointments and can be seen and heard in his home region of North Rhine-Westphalia, in Hesse, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Bavaria.

On the day of the third TV triall, the Greens and the FDP want to advertise again with party conferences in Berlin.

RTL also broadcasts the format “Am Tisch mit ...” on Sunday evening, in which citizens this time ask Laschet questions.

Two days before the federal election: “Fridays for Future” climate strike in Berlin

There are also events two days before election Sunday on September 26th: The Union will meet at the end in Munich, in addition to Laschet, CSU boss Markus Söder and Chancellor Angela Merkel will also be there.

The SPD celebrates the election campaign finals in Cologne, the Left and the AfD in Berlin.

Baerbock and Greens co-party leader Robert Habeck want to celebrate it with their party in Düsseldorf - just like the FDP, but one day later than everyone else, namely on September 25th.

At the same time, the organization "Fridays for Future" around Greta Thunberg is planning large climate rallies in Munich and Berlin on the Friday before the election.

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

Source: merkur

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