2013-03-21 16:23:59 - Survey by Research Institute FORSA on behalf of www.twago.com
London/ Berlin, March 21st, 2013 – Would the German Elections take place already this March, 34 percent would vote for Chancellor Angela Merkel and her party, the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), 28 percent for the German Green Party (Die Grünen), 15 percent would vote for the Social Democratic Party (SPD) as well as seven percent for the Free Democratic Party (FDP) and Germany’s Vice-Chancellor Philipp Rösler. The party Die Linke would receive seven percent of the votes of the freelancers and the Pirates Party (Piraten) would get five percent.
This survey was conducted by the well-known German Research Institute FORSA on behalf of cloud work expert twago.com. The survey was done in the period of February, 19th, until March, 15th. The
freelancers were asked whom they would vote for, if today was Elections Day in Germany. The random sample survey included 502 freelancers and was done on the basis of the regular STERN/RTL elections trend.
The results are impressive: The Green Party (Die Grünen) would receive much more votes in average compared to all voters while CDU and SPD would get less votes. If the freelancers in Germany decide about the Elections in September 2013, Germany would probably get a new government. Jürgen Trittin, top candidate of The Green Party, would have the best chances to be the first green Chancellor of Germany!
The results at a glance:
CDU/CSU 34 %
Grüne 28 %
SPD 15 %
FDP 7 %
Die Linke 7 %
Piraten 5 %
Other 4 %
The survey is part of #twagotrends, a report that is presented for the first time by cloud work expert twago. The magazine is going to be published quarterly for the German speaking countries as well as for UK, France, Italy and Spain. #twagotrends is published in five different languages and includes insights of the latest developments as well as figures of “working in the cloud”.
You can download the first issue of #twagotrends on the twago homepage