It is a relaxed voting Sunday for the two Federal councillors Karin Keller-Sutter (55) and Ueli Maurer (68). The two templates, the on 19. May, at the polls, the tightening of the arms law and the AHV-tax-Deal – likely to be adopted. The second trend survey conducted by the research Institute GFS suggests.Bern, on behalf of the SRG.

AHV tax Reform is gaining ground.

The poll was held three weeks before the vote date. At this time, 59 percent of Voters would definitely or rather for the AHV-tax-Parcels. That’s five percentage points more than in the first survey in mid-April. The camp of the opponents, meanwhile, shrunk by two percentage points to 35 percent.

“The mood has turned”, the research Institute in his report. Finance Minister Maurer can breathe a sigh of relief. He had in the first survey, a majority of his own party, has begun the Wind to rotate itself in the SVP. Meanwhile, 47 percent or more for the AHV-tax-Deal – 35 percent in the first survey. The SVP had decided voting share to the template.

As the only parties to the no-Parole against the AHV-tax-Parcel Green and green liberal. However, a gap between the party leadership and the base, particularly lower in the GLP. So 43 percent of the GLP-trailer, said at the first survey, Yes, there are now 77! Of the Green-supporters, 49 per cent are now for the AHV-financial-filled syringe linked to tax reform. The AHV-Boon continues to be the main Argument for a Yes.

65 percent for weapons law has done

Less in the vote on the weapons right. 65 percent of the voting citizens at the present time, or rather for the Adoption of the EU weapons Directive, a percent point less than in the first survey.

the no-stock is virtually unchanged in size. It consists primarily of the SVP supporters. In the case of the supporters of all other parties to the majority Yes-voters. The biggest, he is in the green liberal party: a mere 7 per cent of their supporters want, or more likely ” no ” votes.

in April, had an above average number of citizens voting to have an opinion on the subject. The arguments that a ” no ” would endanger the Schengen and Dublin treaties, and for the Protect with the adjustment hardly change, which have drawn supporters the most.