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Survey on traffic light ministry ends in fiasco for SPD leader - clear winner in the Lindner-Habeck duel

2021-10-12T13:27:28.805Z

The traffic light soundings are running. Who will hold which ministerial office in the new government? A survey shows the preference of Germans.



The traffic light soundings are running.

Who will hold which ministerial office in the new government?

A survey shows the preference of Germans.

Berlin - SPD, Greens and FDP have started exploratory talks regarding a traffic light coalition.

At the joint meetings, content-related aspects are initially in the foreground, but in the background there is already speculation about the corresponding ministerial posts.

FDP leader Christian Lindner is considered a possible finance minister.

The FDP could also claim the Ministry of Economics for itself.

Meanwhile, the Greens see themselves in the Ministry of the Environment.

The eco party is also an option for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

It is possible that Robert Habeck will wear it in the future, who would then also be Vice Chancellor.

There are already loose rumors at other ministerial posts - but which politicians do Germans want in the respective offices?

Survey on traffic light ministers: more encouragement for Lindner as finance minister - Habeck at the foreign ministry ahead

According to a recent survey by the opinion research institute Insa, Olaf Scholz enjoys the greatest trust within the population.

59 percent of the

study carried out

on behalf of

Bild am Sonntag

consider the SPD politician to be suitable for chancellor, 29 percent not.

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ARD Germany trend: majority wants SPD-led government

The politicians who the Germans would prefer to have in the cabinet come from the FDP and the Greens.

Lindner reached an agreement of 38 percent, Habeck reached 34 percent.

Both party sizes are rated similarly in terms of basic ministerial eligibility.

In the survey, however, specific questions were also asked about the offices - with a clear result.

48 percent see Lindner as finance minister, Habeck only 27 in a direct duel.

57 percent would prefer Habeck to be foreign minister.

26 percent of those surveyed would like to see the Green Chancellor candidate Annalena Baerbock in a ministerial office.

Notes on the survey

The opinion research institute Insa interviewed 1004 representatively selected people on behalf of the Bild-Zeitung.

The survey took place after the explorations on Friday (October 8th).

Traffic light ministries: only five percent approval - SPD leader Esken with a bitter survey bankruptcy

The SPD meanwhile looks at less good personal polls.

18 percent would like the current Minister of Labor Hubertus Heil to be a minister.

Heiko Maas (current foreign minister) has an approval rate of 14 percent, as does SPD general secretary Lars Klingbeil.

Meanwhile, only five percent prefer Saskia Esken and Svenja Schule. Esken is together with Norbert Walter-Borjans federal chairman of the SPD. Scholz already called it "ministrabel". Esken has noticeably often not denied her ambitions as a minister of late. She is considered a candidate for the Ministry of Education and a possibly newly created digital ministry. Schulze is currently Environment Minister and is also a candidate in a new cabinet - but possibly in a different office. The FDP politician Marco Buschmann also only achieved five percent approval.

In addition, other names are also traded that were not asked for in the survey.

In the SPD, for example, these are Boris Pistorius, Katarina Barley or Karl Lauterbach, in the Greens Anton Hofreiter, Cem Özdemir or Katrin Göring-Eckardt.

At the FDP, General Secretary Volker Wissing, Alexander Graf Lambsdorff or Marie-Agnes Strack-Zimmermann seem to have good chances.

An overview of how the ministries could be distributed in the new government.

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Source: merkur

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