T he good news for the Union, the centre-right coalition of two parties led by Chancellor Angela Merkel, was that the exit polls suggest it was once again the most popular party among all age groups. The bad news was that its performance across all generations was significantly down on their result.
Just a quarter of under 30s backed the Union, down from over a third in The liberal FDP party was also a beneficiary of the youth vote. They performed worst among voters over 60s and under 30, with their strongest support coming from the ages in between. Male voters were nearly twice as likely as women to have given their support to the AfD.
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