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Federal Parliament election 2021 | Neckar-Zaber constituency (WK266): All results at a glance

For months, parties and politicians have campaigned for themselves and fought for the favor of the voters. Now the decisions have been made in the 2021 federal election – also in the Neckar-Zaber constituency.

More than 60 million eligible voters in Germany could cast their votes. Here you can see the results in the Neckar-Zaber constituency at a glance.

Direct mandate

Fabian Benedikt Meinrad Gramling from the CDU won the direct mandate with 30.40 percent of the vote and thus prevailed over Thomas Utz from the SPD.

In 2017, Eberhard Gienger from the CDU won the direct mandate.

The distribution of the first votes at a glance:

  • Fabian Benedikt Meinrad Gramling (CDU) 30.40% (56,247 votes) -9.57 percentage points
  • Thomas Utz (SPD) 22.54% (41,707 votes) +2.84 percentage points
  • Lars Maximilian Schweizer (Greens) 15.68% (29,014 votes) +3.16 percentage points
  • Marcel Rudolf Distl (FDP) 12.32% (22,790 votes) +3.53 percentage points
  • dr. Marc Stephan Boy (AFD) 9.99% (18,478 votes) -2.61 percentage points
  • Emma Weber (Left) 2.35% (4,342 votes) -2.24 percentage points
  • Dr. Jan Benedykt Rittaler (Free Voters) 2.28% (4,219 votes) +0.58 percentage points
  • Sven Kerzel (Basic Democratic Party of Germany) 1.98% (3,655 votes) +1.98 percentage points
  • Alexander Wezel (The PARTY) 1.41% (2,616 votes) +1.41 percentage points
  • Gerd Ulrich Bogisch (ÖDP) 0.57% (1,058 votes) +0.57 percentage points
  • Wolfgang Herbert Schaible (DIB) 0.33% (610 votes) +0.33 percentage points
  • (ÜBR) 0.17% (309 votes) +0.17 percentage points

The second votes

The CDU received the highest number of second votes with 24.98 percent. In the 2017 federal election, the Christian Democratic Union of Germany was the strongest party.

  • CDU 24.98% (46,316 votes) -7.97 percentage points
  • SPD 22,31% (41,373 votes) +5.83 percentage points
  • FDP 16.60% (30,782 votes) +1.91 percentage points
  • Greens 15.66% (29,048 votes) +2.53 percentage points
  • AFD 10.08% (18,701 votes) -3.01 percentage points
  • Left 2.62% (4,850 votes) -2.64 percentage points
  • Free voters 1.75% (3,248 votes) +0.77 percentage points
  • Basic Democratic Party Germany 1.66% (3,074 votes) +1.66 percentage points
  • Animal Welfare Party 1.11% (2,054 votes) +0.33 percentage points
  • The PARTY 0.93% (1,718 votes) +0.28 percentage points
  • Team Todenhöfer – The Justice Party 0.44% (808 votes) +0.44 percentage points
  • Pirates 0.33% (619 votes) -0.08 percentage points
  • ÖDP 0.32% (591 votes) +0.02 percentage points
  • Volt Germany 0.30% (560 votes) +0.30 percentage points
  • CfD 0,21% (383 votes) +0.21 percentage points
  • Citizens Movement for Progress and Change 0.15% (283 votes) +0.15 percentage points
  • DIB 0.13% (250 votes) +0.02 percentage points
  • PfG 0,12% (224 votes) +0.12 percentage points
  • NPD 0,12% (220 votes) -0.19 percentage points
  • PdH 0,09% (173 votes) +0.09 percentage points
  • diePinken / BÜNDNIS21 0.03% (59 votes) +0.03 percentage points
  • Liberal-Conservative Reforms 0.02% (46 votes) +0.02 percentage points
  • MLPD 0,02% (30 votes) -0.05 percentage points
  • DKP 0.01% (27 votes) +0.01 percentage points
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