Who are Germany’s voters and how do candidates win them over? | DW News

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Germany’s political parties stretch from the far left to the far right, and they’re all trying to get voters to support them.

But who are the voters, and what do they want from the parties? What are the issues that interest each demographic group the most, from the COVID-19 and pandemic and immigration to jobs and climate change?

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