That means all-time low.
According to the “Germany trend” survey taken by the ARD, the popularity of Germany’s dominant sister party union of CDU/CSU (Angela Merkel/Horst Sehofer) has dropped to 29 percent, its all-time low. Meanwhile, the ostracized right-wing populist party AfD has climbed to 17 percent, its highest rating so far. If an election were held this Sunday, the union and the SPD (the current grand coalition government) would no longer have a majority and land at 47 percent.
Now I’m going to go way out on a limb here but I think all of this has something to do with Germany’s still unresolved migrant crisis.
Union sackt auf Allzeittief – AfD steigt auf Rekordhoch.