Germany’s new voters

Something else on German elections. You might not expect it, but there will be more first-time voters this year than ever before – about 3.5 million of them.

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4 thoughts on “Germany’s new voters

  1. Isn’t that a bit of hopeful thinking? I mean, doesn’t the article at the end mention the comparatively low participation of young adults? And if there is a big mobilization, will it favor SPD since their only chance of govern is in a ‘Great Coalition’ with CDU? Will there be ‘useful vote’ or go for a more ‘extremist’ party (Union or Green)?

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