according to the most recent SRG-trend survey, can sit by the Federal Council back when it comes to firearms law, as well as the AHV-tax deal a Yes. With 65, or 59 percent Yes, both templates have a comfortable lead.

The output seems to be already clear, the referendum is correspondingly slack. In the case of the two predecessor projects to the OASI-tax-Deal was very different. 2017 was fighting with hard bandages to the corporate tax reform III (CTR III) and the pensions 2020 – both times there was for the Federal Council, one on the cap!

At the Moment the voting public with the two current templates seem to be quite satisfied. With the AHV-tax-Deal a solution to two pressing problems can be found. And the weapons law, the functioning of the Schengen area is the most closer than a little more paperwork for weapons fans.

voting participation tends to be, on average,

The excitement of the two templates remain relatively modest, which is likely to emerge in a rather average voting turnout in Switzerland at 45 percent.

this number around is likely to be the turnout on Sunday, as a survey in various municipalities shows:

In the city of Zurich have voted on until today, currently 28 percent. According to communications Director Christian Stücheli, which is currently in the “normal range”. The corporate tax reform (USR) III had mobilized in 2017, at the same time, with almost 30 per cent, a little stronger, the pension reform, with 26 percent somewhat less. At the end, the turnout was slightly above the average at 48 or 46 percent. There is this time of an “average or high voting participation”. The depends on the conclusion of the mobilization.In the city of Bern around 21’200 postal votes received up to today – in about 88’000 Voters. Thus, the rewind is so far behind those of 2017 with 25’700 in the USR III and 24’500 in the case of the pension reform. At the time, voting participation reached in the case of two templates, a good 50 percent. This time, she is likely to be rather lower. “In comparison to the Numbers of previous votes on the current return rate is average,” says Deputy city clerk Monika Binz.In Lucerne, the return was on Monday at just 23 percent, which evaluates the choice of conductor Thomas Zumbühl as “average”. In the case of the two votes of 2017, the return was slightly below. For next Sunday expects Zumbühl, with a normal turnout “between 43 to 48 percent.”In the city of St. Gallen is a voting participation “between 46 and 50 percent respectively,” the office-Secretary, Stephan Wenger Voting. Currently, the entrance is around 33 percent. And so, about a percent higher than in 2017. The effective voting participation is likely to be at the end, so similar to 2017.In Basel, the return is currently “slightly above average”, as Sabine Etter from the state law firm explained. Currently, 32 percent of letter voted – a little more than 2017. In Basel, the cantonal vote on the Ozeanium is likely to move people to the ballot box. Etter expected for Sunday “in the Canton of Basel-city with a turnout of well over 50 percent”.A little behind the cities of the return is located in the Zurich agglomeration, municipality of Rümlang. Every Fifth has been tuned about the same as in 2017, in the case of the pension reform, but slightly less than the USR III. The voting participation is likely to be at the end, similar to that in 2017, is estimated Werner Bürgler of the municipality of Rümlang. It is expected that up to “38 to 40 percent”.In the Canton of Geneva, the return was up to today, at 23 percent. Here, too, so that the direction of the average 19. May.

the bottom line is likely to so remain for more than half of the Voting on Sunday, the urn, though there are two important templates.