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Germania, sondaggio: Spd al 31 per cento

E’ testa a testa tra Martin Schulz e Angela Merkel
fonte: ilVelino/AGV NEWS/Sputnik
di red/ilp

Il Partito socialdemocratico tedesco ha superato quota 30 per cento nei sondaggi per la prima volta dopo quattro anni. Sotto la guida di Martin Schulz, secondo la rilevazione, lo Spd è cresciuto di cinque punti dalla scorsa settimana e ora sarebbe al 31 per cento, mentre la Cdu di Angela Merkel è in calo al 34%. Nello stesso sondaggio emerge come Schulz e Merkel, in corsa per il Cancellierato tedesco registrano entrambi, il 37 per cento dei consensi. Schulz ha assunto la leadership dello Spd in gennaio dopo aver lasciato la presidenza del Parlamento europeo.

Germany’s Social Democratic Party (SPD) now polls above 30 percent for the first time in four years after former European Parliament chief Martin Schulz assumed its leadership, new figures showed Wednesday. A survey by the Forsa pollster for the German magazine Stern and television channel RTL revealed the center-left party improved its standing by five percentage points since last week to 31 percent. Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and its Bavarian sister party, the Christian Social Union (CSU), lost one percentage point to poll at 34 percent. The same survey found Schulz and Merkel were tied in their race for German chancellorship, with 37 percent of respondents ready to support either candidate. Schulz took over the SPD in January after standing down as European Parliament president to run in Germany’s parliamentary election this fall. His Socialist rival and SPD’s ex-chief Sigmar Gabriel bowed out of the race, saying he would pursue a Foreign Office career.