What you need to know about Germany’s political parties

“This year’s German election race may turn out to be much tighter than Angela Merkel might have wanted. Coalition building may prove interesting. Here’s a who’s who of German political parties.” […]

Why the Schleswig-Holstein state election matters

Why does this state election in Schleswig-Holstein have a national impact in Germany? […]

Emnid poll for the federal election 2017 in Germany – 03/12/17

Emnid election poll for the federal election 2017 in Germany – published 03/12/17

Emnid election poll for the federal election 2017 in Germany – published 03/12/17 […]

INSA election poll for the federal election in Germany – 12/20/16

INSA election poll for the federal election 2017 in Germany – published 12/20/16

INSA election poll for the federal election 2017 in Germany – published 12/20/16 […]

Forsa election poll for the federal election in Germany – 11/09/16

New Forsa election poll for the federal election 2017 in Germany – published 11/09/16

New Forsa election poll for the federal election 2017 in Germany – published 11/09/16 […]

Emnid poll for the federal election in Germany – 10/30/16

Emnid election poll for the federal election 2017 in Germany – published 10/30/16

Emnid election poll for the federal election 2017 in Germany – published 10/30/16 […]

Germany’s ruling party lost Berlin election. What does this mean for the 2017 national elections?

“This was the CDU’s worst-ever result in the German capital. How much should we read into this — and other recent election defeats?” […]

Emnid poll for the federal election in Germany – 09/11/16

Emnid election poll for the federal election 2017 in Germany – published 09/11/16

Emnid election poll for the federal election 2017 in Germany – published 09/11/16 […]

Forsa election poll for the federal election 2017 in Germany – 09/07/16

New Forsa election poll for the federal election 2017 in Germany – published 09/07/16

New Forsa election poll for the federal election 2017 in Germany – published 09/07/16 […]

Angela Merkel defends Germany’s refugee policy after attacks

“Angela Merkel has delivered a staunch defence of her open-door policy towards refugees, insisting she feels no guilt over a series of violent attacks in Germany …” […]