In the latest surveys by the opinion research institute INSA, the SPD and FDP are gaining in popularity. The Union, on the other hand, is losing popularity.

The traffic light can easily gain favor with voters. In the Sunday trend, which the opinion research institute INSA collects weekly for BILD am SONNTAG, the Social Democrats come to 21 percent this week, which is one point more than in the previous week. The FDP can also gain one percentage point and comes to 8 percent. The Greens remain at 16 percent. Despite the increase, the traffic light coalition would only get 45 percent of the votes and would again miss a parliamentary majority. The strongest force remains the Union with 28 percent (-1). The AfD remains at 15 percent, the left at 5 percent. The other parties could collect 7 percent (-1) of the votes.