State-run Channel Two with it's "Politbarometer" analysts have viewed the Saxony-Anhalt voting pattern in the last week.....for the mid-March election.
CDU is projected right now to have 33-percent of the public support.
The SPD Party is projected now to have 19-percent of the public support.
The Linke Party is projected now to have 19-percent of the public support.
The AfD Party (gaining on anti-immigrant talk) is projected now to have 15-percent of the public support.
The Greens is now projected to have 5- percent of the public support.
Remaining are a group of small parties.
For some.....there is a minor shock that AfD has gone to 15-percent. To be honest, there's around eight weeks left, with dozens of speeches to be made, and the potential of another Koln episode.
I'd probably go out on the limb and say that no one in the group will change more than five percent over the time left, so this number is pretty much concreted down. Presently, I'd say that the CDU has the most to lose in this election but with the balance between the SPD and Linke parties.....this would ensure their victory.
Politbarometer also says that the partnership coalition most favored is the CDU and SPD situation by the public. The least attractive coalition is the CDU and AfD.