German Chancellor Angela Merkel increased the chances for the fourth consecutive time to lead the German Cabinet. It became clear from the results of a poll conducted by the polling Institute Forsa, reports Die Welt.
Thus, the ruling block Merkel, the CDU/CSU increased to eight percent margin from its main rival — the Social democratic party of Germany (SPD) led by Martin Schulz.
For the CDU/CSU ready to vote, 36 percent of respondents, the social Democrats 28 per cent. The left party, prepopulation of the “Alternative for Germany” party and the “Green” support of eight percent of Germans.
According to a survey conducted by the Allensbach, 25 April-for the block, which is headed by the German Chancellor, wanted to vote 36% of citizens of Germany, and social Democrats — 31 percent.
Elections to the Bundestag will be held in Germany on September 24. Angela Merkel heads the government of Germany since 2005.