Apparently gives a good picture in the crisis: Germany’s Finance Minister Olaf Scholz (SPD)
For the first time since September 2018, the Social Democrats are again in front of their former junior partner, the Greens. The two governing parties benefit from the Corona crisis – they are attested to the best recipes for the crisis.
Dhe SPD has pushed RTL / ntv’s “Trend Barometer” past the Greens in second place for the first time since September 2018. Compared to the previous week, the Social Democrats rose one point to 17 percent after the poll published on Saturday, while the Greens lost one point (16 percent). The CDU and CSU remained clearly in first place, gaining one point and now came to 37 percent.
The alternative for Germany (AfD) with nine percent, Left (eight percent) and FDP (six percent) remained unchanged. The group of undecided, on the other hand, has increased, to which one in four voters now belong. The Union could currently form a government with both the SPD and the Greens.
Forsa boss Manfred Güllner said: “The Corona crisis has put an end to the Greens’ soaring for the time being.” Many of those who migrated to the Greens after displeasing the Union or the SPD after 2017 had not become safe voters of the Greens because they didn’t give them any usable crisis concepts. Only every 25th voter trusts the Greens the most in this regard. The CDU and CSU, on the other hand, they attribute, according to Güllner, “significantly more competence to deal with the specific problems”. In concrete terms, 43 percent believe that the Union is the best way to lead the country through the crisis.