Germany: Anti-immigration, anti-sanctions AfD party continues to soar, hits 18% as Green party plummets

Remix  News | May 31, 2023

The Alternative for Germany (AfD) party continues to soar higher in the polls, with nearly one out of five German voters saying they would vote for the party, according to an INSA poll conducted for the Bild newspaper.

The poll shows that 10.9 million people, or 18 percent of the population, would vote for the AfD. It also shows that 15.7 million people, or 26 percent of the population, said they were open to voting for the party.

The poll places the AfD in third place, just behind the Social Democrats (SPD), who are at 20 percent. The Christian Democrats (CDU/CSU) are in first at 28 percent. The Greens, meanwhile, have crashed to their lowest polling result since 2018 and now stand at 13 percent.

(***)

1 Comment on Germany: Anti-immigration, anti-sanctions AfD party continues to soar, hits 18% as Green party plummets

  1. The jew has conned germans by infiltrating into power via the green party. Crypto jewess annalina360 is as green as a stale matzo.

Post a Comment

Winter Watch

Discover more from Winter Watch

Subscribe now to keep reading and get access to the full archive.

Continue reading