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Ka-pi96 said:
Mnementh said:

LOL. The last polls have the CDU/CSU leading by more than 10%:

http://www.wahlrecht.de/umfragen/index.htm

As Merkel is their candidate the only way she doesn't become Chancellor is, if all the other parties band together to create a coalition. Well, maybe they can do it without one, that would mean only four parties have to find a common ground.

So... the election isn't really going to change anything then?

Thing is, in average, people are actually *fairly satisfied* with the government (While it fluctuates, Merkel's approval is generally above 60%.)

So they're fine with keeping the same people in power.



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