The AfD has once again become the strongest party in the federal elections in Saxony – and is strengthening its lead over the Union. The results of cities and municipalities at a glance.
Around 3.3 million Saxons had the opportunity to nominate their representatives for the future Bundestag on Sunday evening. From 16 constituencies (North Saxony (151), Leipzig I (152), Leipzig II (153), Leipzig-Land (154), Meissen (155), Bautzen I (156), Görlitz (157), Saxon Switzerland-Minere Eastern Mountains (158), Dresden I (159), Dresden II – Bautzen II (160), Central Saxony (156), Chemnitz (162), Chemnitzer Umland – Erzgebirgskreis II (163), Erzgebirgskreis I (164), Zwickau (165 ) and Vogtlandkreis (166)) as well as through the national party lists, representatives are sent to parliament.
Results of all Saxon constituencies
Land of Leipzig
Saxon Switzerland-Eastern Ore Mountains
Dresden II – Bautzen II
Surroundings of Chemnitz – Erzgebirgskreis II
Results of all constituencies in Germany
NOTE: The federal returning officer, on whose information the data in this graph is based, does not publish intermediate results, only the results of counted ridings. The publication of the data on this map therefore depends on the speed with which ALL VOTES are counted in the respective constituency.