The FDP’s Christian Lindner, the SPD’s Olaf Scholz, and Green co-leaders Annalena Baerbock and Robert Habeck. Image: Michael Kappeler/dpa/picture alliance
A survey shows nearly two-thirds of voters want to pull the plug on Germany’s ruling coalition.
The poll comes immediately after figures that show most Germans are unhappy with Chancellor Olaf Scholz and his government.
As many as 64% of Germans who answered in the survey released on Saturday said a change of government would make the country a better place.
The poll, for the mass-circulation newspaper Bild, comes the day after a separate survey found that most Germans were dissatisfied with Chancellor Olaf Scholz and the coalition.
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Update: Most Germans want new government: Survey (Anadolu Agency)
WNU Editor: My German readers have been telling me for the past few months that three quarters of the country want the Social Democrats, FDP, and Greens out of power. This poll is making their case.