Germany election polls: SPD accused of 'hiding' left wing co-leader as they take poll lead

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Germany election polls: SPD accused of 'hiding' left wing co-leader as they take poll lead

Ms Merkel’s hopeful successor, Armin Laschet, from the Christian Democrats, has come up short in recent polls as he failed to undermine trust in Mr

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Ms Merkel’s hopeful successor, Armin Laschet, from the Christian Democrats, has come up short in recent polls as he failed to undermine trust in Mr Scholz in recent debates.

Mr Laschet originally entered the campaign as the frontrunner, but has failed to charm the German electorate with his centrist ideals and stoic demeanour.

As the game looks like the SPD’s to win, there is still a key player that could provide ammo for the conservative side.

Saskia Esken, co-leader of the SPD for nearly two years, is a relatively hard left politician in the party, which has caused concern for right wing contenders in the polls.



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