The town of Lützerath in the lignite mining area of the Rhineland has been cleaned up, the latest “Sunday trend” is here: the losers are the Greens and the FDP traffic light parties.
Berlin – The evacuation of Lützerath was accompanied by complaints of police violencerevolve around one Photo by Fridays For Future activist Luisa Neubauer and in the later RWE Damage Claims. Economy and Climate Protection Minister Robert Habeck (Greens) called Lützerath the “wrong symbol”.
The Greens are now slipping to their lowest approval rating since April 2022 on “Sunday trend”: 16 percent. “If there were federal elections next Sunday, how would you vote?” the opinion research institute asked some 1,500 people on behalf of the Image on Sunday (BamS). The period was from January 16 to 20.
The value of 16 is one percentage point less than in the previous week and seven percentage points less than half a year ago, reports focus.of in advance. The rest of the parties behaved as follows:
- Union: 28 percent
- S.P.D.: 20 percent
- AfD: 15 percent
- PDF: 7 percent
- left: 5 percent
- Other: 9 percent
Insa boss sees “no long-term negative effects” for the Greens in Lützerath
Posted a few days before Photography the “Insa opinion trend”, here too the Greens performed poorly. However, in an interview with the newspaper, the head of Insa, Hermann Binkert, was convinced that the recession would not be permanent: “At the moment, the occupation of Lützenrath is having a negative effect, but this will not have a long-term negative effect for the Greens, unlike Hartz IV for the SPD. The Greens continue to compete with the SPD for the party place stronger in the centre-left camp”.
In a Forsa poll last week, 65 percent of respondents believed that the protests by climate activists in Lützerath and the Greens would harm the upcoming elections. Among Green supporters, 69 percent predict a Lützerath malus in the next election, as do the same number of CDU/CSU supporters.
SPD and FDP supporters were somewhat less pessimistic: 55 percent of SPD supporters expected the Greens to be hurt. With the FDP it was 46 percent. 31 percent of Germans do not believe that the protests harm the Greens. Data was collected for RTL Group Germany on January 12 and 13, 2023 from 1001 respondents. (dpa/frs)