Luxembourg: Poll by TNS from 19.11.2021

Polling data

CSV
21.6
-3.0
LSAP
20.2
+2.4
DP
16.2
-3.1
DG
12.4
-1.0
ADR
11.3
+3.7
Pirat
11.1
+3.1
DL
5.0
-2.0
KPL
0.8
-0.2
DEM
0.6
±0.0
Kons.
0.5
+0.3
Volt
0.3
-0.2
TNS – 1879 respondents – 11.11.2021-19.11.2021
No abnormalities
Compared to the general election trend of all institutes, there are no significant anomalies regarding individual parties.
Next election: 2023
The next parliamentary election in Luxembourg is expected to take place in 2023.

Coalition possibilities

LSAP + Demokratesch Partei + Déi Gréng + Piratepartei
CSV + LSAP + Demokratesch Partei
58.0
CSV + LSAP + Déi Gréng
54.2
LSAP + Demokratesch Partei + Déi Gréng + Déi Lénk
LSAP + Demokratesch Partei + Piratepartei + Déi Lénk
Demokratesch Partei + Déi Gréng + ADR + Piratepartei
CSV + Demokratesch Partei + Déi Gréng
50.2
CSV + Demokratesch Partei + ADR
49.1


Government would have to tremble
In the current election trend, the government parties achieve 48.8% of the votes.

Frequently asked questions about election polls

election poll results

This election poll on the parliamentary election in Luxembourg was conducted by TNS. The survey took place between 11.11.2021 and 19.11.2021 among 1879 eligible voters. After this election poll would get CSV 21.6%, LSAP 20.2%, Demokratesch Partei 16.2%, Déi Gréng 12.4%, ADR 11.3%, Piratepartei 11.1%, Déi Lénk 5%, KPL 0.8%, DEMOKRATIE 0.6%, Déi Konservativ 0.5% and Volt 0.3%.

How reliable are election polls?

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