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The following map shows the 299 Bundestag constituencies in Germany. It allows you to do the following: Election evaluation and nowcasts of the Bundestag elections in Germany. Use the selection menu below the map to display various data analyses.

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Election evaluation of the 2021 Bundestag elections in Germany

You can use the selection menu above below the map to view evaluations of the 2021 Bundestag elections as well as the 2024 recall election in the state of Berlin. The following analyzes are available to you here:

  • Vote winners (relative): Colour gradient for each party relative to the largest lead as the leading party to the second-place party. Stronger shades indicate greater lead.
  • Vote winner (absolute): strongest party in the respective area
  • Second-placed party (excluding AfD)
  • Detailed analyses of the results of the SPD, CDU/CSU, Alliance 90 / The Greens, The Left, AfD, FDP, Free Voters and others: In each map there is an even colour gradient towards the strongest party result.
  • Difference of results between two parties, including analyses of voting behaviour SPD vs. CDU/CSU, SPD vs. Greens, SPD vs. AfD, CDU/CSU vs. Greens, CDU/CSU vs. AfD, Alliance 90 / The Greens vs. AfD: area with maximum vote difference with the strongest party colour; colouring of other areas relative to this.
  • Difference in results for SPD/Greens/Left: area with maximum difference in votes with the strongest party colour; colouring of other areas relative to this.

Nowcasts for the Bundestag elections in Germany

You can also choose from nowcasts for the Bundetag elections, which create projections for the here and now based on the 2021 election results and current surveys. The surveys used are publicly available data. You can find the respective survey institute and date in the legend.

Original source of the electoral data:
Federal Election Office

Original source of the poll data:
Publicly available survey information gathered from survey aggregators wahlrecht.de.

Original source of the vector file:
Wikipedia. The file has been altered. This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International: CC BY-SA 4.0 DEED

Follow the links to also find out more about the European elections in Berlin, Germany and the EU or about the German state elections in Brandenburg, Saxony and Thuringia or about the assembly elections in Belgium.

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