the majority of respondents were While in March less or not at all satisfied with the Cabinet (65 percent), it is currently 36 percent. Also the satisfaction with the current crisis management of the Federal government with respect to the Corona outbreak is 72 per cent higher.
22 percent are very satisfied (plus four points compared to the previous week), 50 percent satisfied (minus seven). 19 percent of German citizens are with the crisis management of the Federal government settle for less (plus one), eight percent not at all satisfied (plus three).
Union, in the Bundestag election to 34 percent
Would be at the next Sunday’s Federal election, would give 34 percent of the respondents to vote for the Union. The are seven percentage points more than a month ago. The CDU and the CSU were recently able to achieve in March 2018 this value. The SPD would be unchanged at 16 percent.
The AfD lands at ten percent (minus two compared to the previous month). This is the lowest value of the party since August of 2017. The FDP loses a percentage point and lands at five percent. The Left one would choose percent of the respondents (minus two). The Green land in the Sunday question, at 22 percent (minus one). For the Sunday question, the opinion research Institute Infratest dimap from Monday to Wednesday of this week, respondents 1502 eligible to vote nationwide.
Top values for Merkel, Scholz, Spahn and Söder
German Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) currently have the highest level of Satisfaction with their work in this legislature, 64 percent of respondents are very satisfied with her work, or satisfied (plus eleven compared to the previous month). 34 per cent are working less or not at all satisfied.
With the work of the Finance Minister, Olaf Scholz (SPD), currently 63 percent of respondents very satisfied or satisfied (plus 17 points) and 22 per cent less, or not at all satisfied. The Minister of health, Jens Spahn (CDU) has increased compared to March by nine percentage points and comes to a Satisfaction score of 60 per cent.
With the work of the Minister-President of Bavaria, Markus Söder (CSU), currently 58 percent of Germans were satisfied or very satisfied. The are 16 percentage points more than in August 2019. With the work of Federal Minister Peter Altmaier (CDU), 51 percent of Germans were satisfied or very satisfied. The are 13 percentage points more than in January. Interior Minister Horst Seehofer (CSU) has improved compared to the previous month by four percentage points and ends up with 47 percent satisfaction. Masks sew it yourself! Firefighters released a simple Video guide on FOCUS Online/News5 masks sew it yourself! Firefighters released a simple Video guide