More than a third of German voters ชุดเครื่องนอนซาติน undecided before election, poll shows Pastors stand firm as Trump's evangelical base weakens Domestic pressure keeps Suu Kyi silent on the Rohingya September 15, 2017 / 9:49 AM / Updated 2 hours ago More than a third of German voters undecided before election, poll shows People sit in a voting cabin to cast their vote in an advanced postal ballot for the upcoming general elections at Steglitz-Zehlendorf district postal ballot polling station, in Berlin, Germany, September 15, 2017. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch BERLIN (Reuters) - Support for Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives has slipped and over a third of Germans are still unsure how they will vote, an opinion poll showed on Friday, fuelling uncertainty about what kind of coalition will emerge from an election on Sept. 24. The weekly survey, conducted by pollster Forschungsgruppe Wahlen for ZDF television, showed support for Merkel’s conservative bloc falling 2 points to 36 percent -- a result that would still make it the largest group in parliament. Support for its nearest rivals, the left-leaning Social Democrats (SPD), rose by 1 point to 23 percent. The business-friendly Free Democrats (FDP) and the anti-immigration, euro-hostile Alternative for Germany (AfD) were both on 10 percent. The poll of 1,383 voters, conducted from Sept. 12 to Sept. 14, also showed that 39 percent of those surveyed were still unsure how they would vote. “More than ever, all these polls should be taken with a grain of salt now. There surely could be some surprises on election night,” said Gero Neugebauer, political scientist at Berlin’s Free University.
Share this article with Facebook Share this article with Twitter Share this article with Google Plus Share this article with Whatsapp Share this article through email Share this article through sms Primark is back on the Beauty and the Beast bandwagon once again, this time debuting a new bedtime collection that’ll make any Disney-fanatic want to get an early night. This house hasn't changed since the 90s and it looks like all your childhood TV memories Just yesterday, the store took to its Instagram account to unveil their latest range of Beauty and the Beast-inspired products, this time solely focusing on jazzing up the bedroom. Sharing a photo of lifestyle blogger Jessica Chamilton posing amongst the new items, Primark showed off its new Chip bedding, a Mrs. Potts and rose-covered throw and a pair of pink pyjamas also featuring the beloved Mrs. Potts. All items are baby pink and are as usual, super cheap. The white and pink bedding costs £15, the throw £6 and the pyjamas £8 – and are all available in stores across the UK. As well as the bedding set, Primark has also released some cute Beauty and the Beast-inspired slippers, which were also debuted on their Instagram account two weeks ago – just before the release of their magical unicorn slippers . The post received more than 77,000 likes and customers went pretty crazy for them – so crazy that it seems most stores were quick to sell out soon after the release.
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