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The political mood is quite stable. If the German Parliament would be elected next Sunday, the Christian Union would reach a vote share of 32 percent (-1 percentage point compared to April). The... more »

ARD-DeutschlandTREND

If there were a General Election next Sunday the Christian Union would reach a vote share of 33 percent, which is a loss of one percentage point compared to the beginning of March. The vote share of... more »

ARD-DeutschlandTREND

At the beginning of March, the Christian Union would reach a vote share of 34 percent, a plus of one percentage point compared to the ARD-DeutschlandTREND EXTRA of mid-February, immediately after the... more »

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The end of the coalition talks was accompanied by an intensive debates about Martin Schulz and Andrea Nahles regarding their aspired roles as foreign minister (Schulz) and party leader (Nahles). In... more »

ARD-DeutschlandTREND

At the beginning of February the vote shares of the parties as well as the coalition options have not changed significantly compared to the result of federal election in September. The Christian... more »

ARD-DeutschlandTREND

The political mood is very stable at the beginning of the year. If a new parliament was elected already next Sunday, the Christian Union would reach 33 percent, a slight increase of one percentage... more »

ARD-DeutschlandTREND

Since the weekend, the global public is worrying about the escalating conflict between the Ukraine and Russia. Irrespective of the tense situation on the Crimean Peninsula two thirds of the German... more »

ARD-DeutschlandTREND

Since the weekend, the global public is worrying about the escalating conflict between the Ukraine and Russia. Irrespective of the tense situation on the Crimean Peninsula two thirds of the German... more »

ARD-DeutschlandTREND

Since the weekend, the global public is worrying about the escalating conflict between the Ukraine and Russia. Irrespective of the tense situation on the Crimean Peninsula two thirds of the German... more »