Forsa: FDP wins one percent

Christian Lindner and Wolfgang Kubicki, about dts
Christian Lindner and Wolfgang Kubicki, about dts
In the latest Forsa survey, the FDP can again assert itself just above the 5 percent hurdle.

According to the survey for RTL and n-tv published on Saturday, the Liberals gain one point while the Left loses one, the other parties remain unchanged. Accordingly, the following result would be expected in a federal election: CDU / CSU 36 percent, Greens 20 percent, SPD 15 percent, AfD 9 percent, Left 7 percent, and FDP 6 percent.

7 percent would choose one of the other parties. At 23 percent, the number of non-voters and undecided people roughly corresponds to the proportion of non-voters in the 2017 Bundestag election (23,8 percent). The data was collected by Forsa on behalf of Mediengruppe RTL from October 12 to 16, 2020. Database: 2.501 respondents.