This election was the first test of German sentiment from the fall elections to Bundestag.

According to ARD and ZDF election predictions, the SPD candidate you’re a rearing On Sunday, it achieved a result in the range of 43.1-43.8 percent. The CDU, led by regional premier Tobias Hans, had a historically weak result, scoring just 27.5 percent.

Rellinger’s result will give the SPD a 26-seat majority in the 51-seat parliament Saarland. In contrast, 27 percent. The CDU votes will translate to 17 seats.

The following parties found themselves on the threshold of the elections: the Alternative for Germany (5.5%), the Greens (5.7%), and the Free Democratic Party (5%). Left (Die Linke), gaining 2.6 percent. Voices, will not be represented in the national parliament in Saarbrücken.

As RedaktionsNetzwerk Deutschland (RND) confirms, Saarland may once again prove to be a harbinger of electoral trends before the upcoming electionsApproach other federal states: in May – in Schleswig-Holstein and North Rhine-Westphalia, and in October – in Lower Saxony.

“This was the case in the 2017 elections, when Saarland became the harbinger of a nationwide electoral trend,” the NDA notes.