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A GAME CHANGER: NEW GERMAN ANTI-EURO PARTY REACHES 5% THRESHOLD IN LATEST POLL!!! If AfD Reaches 5% In Elections, Neither CDU/CSU & FDP or SPD/Grüne Will Win


Gregor Peter‏@L0gg0l19 min
NEW GERMAN ANTI-EURO PARTY REACHES 5% THRESHOLD IN LATEST POLL (via @YanniKouts )

Yannis Koutsomitis‏@YanniKouts9 min
#Germany: If AfD reaches 5% in September elections, neither CDU/CSU & FDP or SPD/Grüne will be able to reach a majority.

NEW GERMAN ANTI-EURO PARTY REACHES 5% THRESHOLD IN LATEST POLL (via @YanniKouts )

New German poll: CDU/CSU 38% (-1), SPD 26%, Grüne 15%, Linke 6%, FDP 5%, AfD 5% | Anti- #euro party reaches 5% threshold RT @YanniKouts

 

New anti-euro party is surging in Germany, hits 5% threshold in latest poll — Bild

Berlin – The anti-euro party “alternative for Germany” (AFD) delay of five percent in the Bundestag, when a new parliament was elected on Sunday This is the result of the current INSA trends in public opinion on behalf of the BILD newspaper.

http://www.bild.de/newsticker-meldungen/home/13-afd-umfrage-30103542.bild.html

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Germany’s new anti-euro party, Alternative für Deutschland, might prove to be a game changer in German and European politics.

For now, the real impact of the AfD on German politics can only be estimated. It is doubtful that the AfD will breach the 5 per cent threshold required to enter the Bundestag in September’s general elections. The Freien Wähler, a party with a similar agenda, achieved only 1.1 per cent of the vote in the latest regional polls in Lower Saxony. However a representative survey by YouGov for Die Zeit, published on April 17th, found that 27 per cent of Germans sympathise with the AfD. If the AfD can keep up its current momentum it will be able to upset the balance of power in the Bundestag and force a reshuffle of coalition partners after the September elections. The Alternative für Deutschland might yet prove to be a game changer in German and European politics.

http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2013/04/22/alternative-fur-deutschland-germany-anti-euro-party/

 

19 percent of Germans say they would vote for the new German Anti- Euro Party ….. Overnite news and data for…

http://fredw-catharsisours.blogspot.com/2013/04/19-percent-of-germans-say-they-would.html?utm_source=CatharsisOurs&utm_medium=twitter

 

 

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