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Who do your want to win?

CDU/CSU 31 10.69%
 
SPD 23 7.93%
 
Left 30 10.34%
 
Greens 12 4.14%
 
FDP 17 5.86%
 
AfD 59 20.34%
 
another one of the parties on ballot 6 2.07%
 
a party not on ballot 6 2.07%
 
no one 17 5.86%
 
see results 89 30.69%
 
Total:290
Mnementh said:
numberwang said:
The 'grand coalition' of the main center right and left party will continue. It's like Republicans and Democrats in the US forming a uniparty.

Sadly enough this will probably happen. But one can dream.

I could see Jamaica (I'd be pretty okay with that, honestly - FDP and Grüne balance each other out, a bit. Though I would worry a bit for infrastructure investment). I'm not sure if the SPD even *wants* to be in the coalition, at this point. It's dammaging to the party, in the long run.



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... Why's there so much AFD support on here -_- They're the definition of a 1-issue party, why the hell would you want them to *win* the election?



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palou said:
... Why's there so much AFD support on here -_- They're the definition of a 1-issue party, why the hell would you want them to *win* the election?

'1-issue' party's are just as valid as any others ... 

I personally hope AfD achieves at least 20% just to spite the whole world ...



palou said:
... Why's there so much AFD support on here -_- They're the definition of a 1-issue party, why the hell would you want them to *win* the election?

Woah, the support for AfD here is unexpectedly high. Also SPD, this is a surprise for me. The somewhat high support for FDP was to expect with the demographic and political stances here on this site. But AfD, no clue how this comes.



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Mnementh said:
palou said:
... Why's there so much AFD support on here -_- They're the definition of a 1-issue party, why the hell would you want them to *win* the election?

Woah, the support for AfD here is unexpectedly high. Also SPD, this is a surprise for me. The somewhat high support for FDP was to expect with the demographic and political stances here on this site. But AfD, no clue how this comes.

And I'm *really* grateful that this isn't representative of what the German public will vote for.



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fatslob-:O said:
palou said:
... Why's there so much AFD support on here -_- They're the definition of a 1-issue party, why the hell would you want them to *win* the election?

'1-issue' party's are just as valid as any others ... 

I personally hope AfD achieves at least 20% just to spite the whole world ...

I understood "who do you want to win" to be "who do you want to form a government". The AFD hasn't even got a bloody *tax plan* released yet. 



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Looking at that result... I guess CDU, SPD, Linke and FDP would form a coalition, in this case? That *would* kind of be hilarious, though...



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monocle_layton said:
i'm ignorant on Merkel. Can I hear thoughts about her? Only ones I've seen are from the cesspool(s) known as the RT comment section

Well, she doesn't make much wrong, because she has a wait and see approach. Her decisions mostly base on what stabilizes her power. So this is often popular opinions she agrees with. Most clearly this was shown in the question of nuclear power plants. The previous government had made a law, that germany leaves step by step nuclear power. Merkel was revising that so that no end dates for the nuclear power plants were made (mind you: even then no new plants were in discussion). When came Fukushima and Merkel revised her stance again and a plan for leaving nuclear power was remade (although slightly differently than before).



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