Mayoral survey – head-to-head race between Auinger and Dankl

An SPÖ survey sees a duel for the mayor’s chair in the city of Salzburg: Bernhard Auinger (SPÖ) and Kay-Michael Dankl (KPÖ Plus) are going into the fight for first place! But only one is slightly ahead.

Bernhard Auinger (SPÖ) against Kay-Michael Dankl (KPÖ Plus) – this is what the runoff election for the mayor’s office in the city of Salzburg would currently look like. At least according to an SPÖ survey (403 respondents). The current city deputy Auinger would ultimately be ahead. Auinger (34 percent) would be ahead of Dankl (32 percent), Florian Kreibich (ÖVP; 14 percent), Paul Dürnberger (FPÖ; 10 percent) and Anna Schiester (Citizens’ List/Greens; 8%) win the election for mayor in the state capital. In the election for the local council it looks similar: The SPÖ ahead of KPÖ Plus, ÖVP, FPÖ and Bürgerlist/Die Grünen, well behind Neos and Liste Salz. Fluctuation range of 4.9 percent As is well known, municipal and mayoral elections will be held throughout the state on March 10th carried out. In the city of Salzburg it is about the successor to Harald Preuner (ÖVP). “People want a change in the political landscape,” says acting deputy mayor Auinger about the survey results. “I will do everything in my power to ensure that the SPÖ crosses the finish line as the strongest faction in the local council election and that the next mayor is called Bernhard Auinger.” The survey commissioned by the SPÖ local council club was carried out online and by telephone by an Upper Austrian survey institute. The low sample number results in a fluctuation range of 4.9 percent.
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