New YorkThe green continues its high flight. The party is on Sunday, as the polls institute Emnid for "Bild am Sonntag" is currently rising, 22 percent. This is a percentage point more than the previous week and most since April 2011.
Meanwhile, 25 percent of German voters would vote for CDU / CSU. SPD rises by one point to 15 percent compared with the previous week and is now in line with AfD. Each must submit one percentage point The left to nine percent and the FDP to eight percent.
Especially women prefer more and more to the green ones. In this election group, the party was able to overcome the union and is the strongest force with 28 percent of the vote.
Meanwhile, it rubs in CSU. Horst Seehofer then left the bad CSU result in the state elections in Bavaria (minus 10.4 percent) and the loss of the absolute majority violently in the criticism. He should now have said he wants to stay without the CSU party presidency and no longer the Federal Interior Minister.
Seehofer wants in the CSU a consensus solution in the party, referring to "Bild am Sonntag", close to Seehofer's trust. If these do not exist, he wants to draw a clear line – in both offices.
The pressure on Seehofer is increasing more and more, as there will be a change on the top of the sister party CDU. Chancellor Angela Merkel has announced that she will not run again for the party's national presidency. Three politicians are now in the starting block for Merkel missions.
Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, in the struggle for the CDU presidency, is according to an Emnid survey before Friedrich Merz. 32 percent of respondents would elect CDU's Secretary General as successor to Merkel, reported "BamS".
Merz accounted for 30 percent of the Union's union leaders. Merz had in the past week still 37 to 28 percent before Kramp-Karrenbauer Lain. Health minister Jens Spahn comes to nine percent after 13 percent in the previous week. 15 percent would choose "none of the three", 14 percent made no statement.
However, Ralph Brinkhaus, with the leadership of Union employee in the Bundestag, would not seek a new CDU Chairman, but it would not affect the work of the Great coalition government. "There will be a lot about the candidates for the presidency, but it should not mean we slow down in line with the legislation," he told Welt am Sonntag.