Polls and projections for Hamburg

A whole country goes to the polls! Hamburg is also meticulously preparing for the election. In all sixteen federal states we accompany the elections, from Saxony-Anhalt to Saarland with our election blog. The vote serves the democratic determination and definition of the members of the German Bundestag. After article 39 in the Basic Law it takes place every four years. Whether left, right and of course the parties of the political center such as SPD, CDU / CSU, Greens, FDP and The Left, but also new parties such as AfD, The Party and Free Voters. The election date of the Bundestag is determined by the federal government in consultation with the states and of course with the Federal President. This is how Hamburg would vote in Hamburg at the moment., with all relevant parties. Projections and forecasts for your constituency and city.

The parliamentary group of the CDU (Christian Democratic Union) in Hamburg

As a party of the middle, the CDU / CSU is now for more than 50 years always active in the federal government and in the states. The party addresses its content to people and voters from all social classes and groups. What is the position of the CDU / CSU? 305,979 people will vote for the CDU / CSU. More information about the CDU / CSU.

SPD parliamentary group

The Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) is represented nationwide, but it has also always been a reliable parliamentary group partner for the other political parties for domestic and social policy in all state parliaments. The central goal is educational justice and the opportunity for children from educationally disadvantaged backgrounds to advance for a more social and just country. Who is ahead in the voters’ favour? Here is the current projection for Hamburg. Projected the SPD in Hamburg (Hamburg) currently receives with 336,337 votes 37.8% and 32.5% of the second votes in the constituency. The SPD has a similar number of members as the Christian Democratic Union, in 2017 the SPD gained many new members due to the candidacy of chancellor candidate Martin Schulz. The party stands for a peaceful, socially just and democratic society. Large and small families should be more specifically supported in their very individual designs, not solely single households. Here you can discover more about the SPD and the current election program of the SPD.

Projections of Alliance 90 / The Greens

As a federal party, Bündnis 90/Die Grünen are primarily concerned with environmentally friendly policies and have even provided ministers and prime ministers. According to its own statements, the party stands with its green policy for a cosmopolitan, just and ecological country. From data protection and integration. Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen focus in particular on environmental protection, green economy and a strong Europe, as well as on the integration of refugees and, of course, equal rights. For them it is essentially about environmental policy. Projects such as nuclear withdrawal are still widely known today. Yet there are many election forecasts in newspapers. What do you vote here? 10.6% of the first votes can the Greens in Hamburg (Hamburg) for themselves Here you can find more about the Greens.

The Left Party Parliamentary Group

The Left was founded in 2007, through the deliberate merger of the SPD spin-off WASG and the then Left Party.PDS. The common basic program of the party was adopted and implemented only 4 years later. Constantly new election prognoses appear in news magazines. Who do the people in Hamburg prefer statistically? 7.5% of the first votes can the Left Party in Hamburg (Hamburg) for itself Further information on Die Linke.

Trends for the AFD (Alternative for Germany)

Only as a reaction to the 2013 bailout, the party AfD was founded on 6 February 2013. How can we classify the Alternative for Germany today? The party and its members is located in the political spectrum of parties far to the right, the AfD is predominantly classified as right-wing populist and controlled and influenced by right-wing populism, which many politicians also see rightly critical extreme. 29,835 people will vote for the AfD. Further information on the AfD, also on Wikipedia and on the current election programme of the AfD

FDP (Liberals) Group

, the core content of the FDP and its representatives was at all times the political liberalism. Thereby there are many election forecasts. will win the party for itself in Hamburg (Hamburg) and 4.8% of the second votes. Further information on the FDP, also on Wikipedia and on the current election program of the FDP for the election

CDU / CSU, SPD, AfD, Die Linke, Die Grünen and FDP: This is what people are interested in this election

These policy areas will guide the next federal election campaign:

  1. Transport policy
  2. Legal Policy
  3. Security policy
  4. Education policy
  5. Financial policy
  6. Economic policy
  7. Food policy
  8. German reparation policy
  9. Environmental policy
  10. Defence policy

Surveys for Hamburg in Hamburg

The projection for Hamburg constituency, read here the statistical projection for Hamburg’s most important city Hamburg.

Parties Voter Percent
SPD 336.337 37.8%
Second vote SPD 288.902 32.5%
CDU/CSU 305.979 34.4%
Second vote CDU/CSU 285.927 32.1%
The Greens 94.473 10.6%
Second vote The Greens 112.826 12.7%
The Left 66.995 7.5%
Second vote The Left 78.296 8.8%
FDP 17.707 2.0%
Second vote FDP 42.869 4.8%
independent voters 3.725 0.4%
Second vote Free Voters 2.856 0.3%
AfD 29.835 3.4%
Second vote AfD 37.142 4.2%
The party 3.097 0.3%
Second vote The Party 5.643 0.6%

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.

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