Bundestag election 2017 in NRW: North Rhine-Westphalia votes

13,253,554 eligible voters are preparing for the upcoming federal election in North Rhine-Westphalia, how many voters will actually go to the polls this year remains to be seen. The date will be set by the incumbent Federal President in cooperation and consultation with the states and the government. We come now from the facts to the current forecasts and figures, with the relevant parties around CDU / CSU, SPD, FDP, Greens, Left, and many more. Not only the programs of the parties and top candidates, in the blog you will find just as always forecasts, trends, projections and current figures. We have the trends and forecasts from Potsdam to Berlin. The Bundestag election serves to determine and determine the members of the German Bundestag. Their forecasts main parties around CDU / CSU, SPD, FDP, The Left and The Greens. Likewise, Die Partei, Free Voters and AfD.

Projections for the Bundestag election of the Christian Democratic Union

The CDU / CSU is a people’s party. It has been active for more than 50 years. Here are the current election forecasts for North Rhine-Westphalia. Predicted convince the CDU / CSU on 4,148,811 voters, which is 43.8% of citizens here in North Rhine-Westphalia and 39.9% of the second votes were cast for the CDU / CSU in North Rhine-Westphalia. Here you can discover more about the CDU / CSU and more about the current election program of the CDU / CSU.

The parliamentary group of the SPD

The Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) is politically represented nationwide, but it is also in all state parliaments. As a party, it emerged again in the post-war period and stands for social values. Its central goal is educational justice for more equal advancement opportunities for less educated classes and social groups for a more socially just country. As a party it has many party members like the CDU, in 2017 it gained an extremely large number of party members through the candidacy of Martin Schulz, whom many previously only knew from the EU Parliament. With a 5 percent plus is speculated for the election of the Bundestag. Who is ahead in the voters’ favour? Who do the voters in North Rhine-Westphalia prefer? Of 13,253,554 eligible voters in North Rhine-Westphalia, 36.7% vote for the SPD with their first vote. Further information on the SPD.

The Green Group

Bündnis 90/Die Grünen are particularly concerned with sustainable politics, even provided prime ministers. The Greens focus on green economy, environmental protection, a strong Europe, the integration of refugees, equal rights and a still just society. The Greens say they stand for a cosmopolitan, just and ecological country, from electric cars to integration, from green economy to data protection. Who is in the lead in the voters’ favour? How do people in North Rhine-Westphalia decide? 6.4% of the first votes can the Greens in North Rhine-Westphalia for itself Read more about the Greens and the current election program of the Greens here.

Principle and election programme The Left Party: Left Party

Die Linke, also known as the Left Party, was formed in 2007, through the attempted merger of the SPD spin-off (WASG) and the Linkspartei.PDS. Here are the current projections for Die Linke. Out of 13,253,554 eligible voters, 5.1% vote for Die Linke. Find more about Die Linke here or find more about Die Linke on Wikipedia.

Principles and Election Programme of the AFD (Alternative for Germany)

The AfD party formed in response to the euro bailout and was extremely present in newspapers and news across Germany. Just one year later, it moved into no less than 11 state parliaments, quickly for political parties. How do people in North Rhine-Westphalia vote? 1.8% can the AfD in North Rhine-Westphalia (North Rhine-Westphalia) for themselves More information on the AfD, also on Wikipedia.

Forecasts of the FDP (Free Democratic Party) for the Bundestag elections

The basic idea of the FDP in terms of content has always been liberalism. There are regularly many election forecasts in newspapers. will win the party for itself. Read more about the FDP here.

Policy areas for this year

  1. European policy
  2. Cultural policy
  3. Economic policy
  4. Media policy
  5. Agricultural policy
  6. Defence policy
  7. Security policy
  8. Education policy

Projection for constituency 905: North Rhine-Westphalia

The projection for the constituency of North Rhine-Westphalia, see here the forecast for North Rhine-Westphalia’s most important city Düsseldorf.

Parties Voter Percent
SPD 3.472.520 36.7%
Second vote SPD 3.028.282 32.0%
CDU/CSU 4.148.811 43.8%
Second vote CDU/CSU 3.776.563 39.9%
The Greens 606.235 6.4%
Second vote The Greens 760.642 8.0%
FDP 228.962 2.4%
Second vote FDP 498.027 5.3%
The Left 483.918 5.1%
Second vote The Left 582.925 6.2%
independent voters 18.250 0.2%
Second vote Free Voters 25.127 0.3%
AfD 171.511 1.8%
Second vote AfD 372.258 3.9%
The party 5.192 0.1%
Second vote The Party 37.776 0.4%

Basis/Source: The Federal Election Commissioner / Wiesbaden 2016 / Result of the election to the 18th German Bundestag on 22 September 2013 converted to the 299 constituencies in the delimitation determined for the 2017 Bundestag election.

More polls about Düsseldorf and North Rhine-Westphalia:

  • Forecast North Rhine-Westphalia

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