Disinfo: According to a poll on the German Focus magazine, the…


According to a poll on the German Focus magazine, the anti-immigrant AfD would win 70% of the vote in a Bundestag were the general election held this Sunday.


The – unrepresentative - poll on the linked website measures AfD’s support currently at 2%


  • Reported in: Issue 54
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 10/01/2017
  • Language/target audience: Hungarian
  • Country: Germany
  • Keywords: AfD, Elections


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