In the Sunday trend, which the opinion research institute INSA publishes weekly, the SPD, Greens and FDP together only get 44 percent.
A year after taking office, the traffic light government has clearly lost support among voters. In the Sunday trend, which the opinion research institute INSA surveys weekly for BILD am SONNTAG, the SPD, Greens and FDP together only come up to 44 percent. The Social Democrats lost the most. They come to 20 percent this week, which is one percentage point less than in the previous week and six percentage points less than in the 2021 federal election. The FDP comes to 7 percent ( /-0), five points less than in the federal election.
The Greens are the only governing party to gain ground. This week they come to 17 percent – one point less than in the previous week, but two points more than in the federal election. The Union parties remain the strongest with 28 percent (1), the AfD remains at 15 percent (0), the left at 5 percent (0). The other parties would collect 8 percent of the votes ( 1).
Concrete satisfaction with the federal government has also fallen sharply since it took office. 64 percent of people in Germany are now dissatisfied with the government (satisfied: 29 percent), on December 10, 2021 only 36 percent were dissatisfied (satisfied: 37 percent). 58 percent are dissatisfied with Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) (satisfied: 32 percent), a year ago it was only 22 percent (satisfied: 36 percent).