MFG at seven percent – SPÖ extends lead over ÖVP, FPÖ stable


According to a new survey, the SPÖ continues to benefit from the recent domestic political scandals surrounding the ÖVP. If a new National Council is elected next Sunday, Social Democrats will take the top spot with 28 percent – a two percentage point increase from the last poll on March 25. And a clear lead over the People’s Party, which would only get 24 percent.

This is apparent from a study carried out by the opinion research institute Unique Research on behalf of the magazine “profil”. The FPÖ thus remains stable at 19 percent, followed by the Greens at 11 percent (+/-0 points) and the NEOS at 9 percent. The anti-vaccination party MFG would receive seven percent (minus one) and would thus enter parliament.

Nehammer still weak on Chancellor’s question
Prime Minister Karl Nehammer (ÖVP) softens to the chancellor’s question: he only gets 21 percent approval (minus two percentage points). SPÖ chairperson Pamela Rendi-Wagner, who recently reaffirmed her claim to the chancellorship in a major speech, does not move, however, and only 16 percent (plus one point) agree with the chancellor’s question.

Majority: Sobotka must hand over the chairmanship of the U-committee
The “profile” also asked whether National Council chairman Wolfgang Sobotka (ÖVP) should remain the chairman of the U-Committee despite the investigations against him. The result: Only 15 percent are in favor, 58 percent are in favor of his resignation as president. The rest of the respondents had no opinion on the question.

Source: Krone


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