Approval has decreased dramatically: approximately two weeks before the survey, 62 percent reject the Young Greens expansion initiative. Only 37 percent, according to the last voting vote of Tamedia, is in favor of freezing the total area of the building areas in Switzerland at its current level. In the last survey at the beginning of the month, a small majority wanted to put a yes in the urn.
The cities also go down
Although the initiative has received broader support a few weeks ago, it currently only has the support of the majority of the Green Party (79% yes) and the SP (54% yes). Gross is skepticism in the bourgeois camp. Supporters of SVP, FDP and CVP now reject the template with great clarity.
In addition, the survey shows that the state of mind in the cities is also inclined: even there, only 40 percent of voters want to put a yes to the ball. With 38 and 34 percent respectively, agglomerate support and in the field is even lower.
Dispute for more expensive rents
"Sobering" is the results of Luzian Franzini, co-chair of Young Greens. It explains the tendency not to make the campaign budget a little more than 250,000 francs below that of the opponents. In addition, they would deliberately cause confusion and claim that land prices and rent would increase if so. Franzini denies: "If you accumulate, you can create more living space in less space. The offer should not be less and, therefore, the rent is not higher."
The general director of the FDP's Trade and Commerce Association, Hans-Ulrich Bigler, does not want to discuss money: "This is the standard charge. In the nose, the nose has the best of those who have the better arguments. "The population recognizes that if the construction sites are frozen, the tenants will pay the bill. "Investors will pass higher land prices to tenants." In addition, the initiative will promote urban expansion, increasing the need to build agglomerations when the construction sites of the centers are scarce.
You have limited the land use planning law as an important argument
Even more important than the fear of higher incomes, according to the survey, is the counter-argument that the urban stagnation is already being stopped by the revised Spatial Planning Act. The law requires that the cantons and the municipalities with soils too big can reduce them.
On the side of the defenders, the concern for the loss of the meadow is at the same time the main argument: you can not worry, that every second more than almost a square meter of herbassegueres.
On January 24 and 25, 11,853 people from all over Switzerland participated online on the third wave of the vote of Tamedia in the federal draft February 10. Surveys are conducted in cooperation with LeeWas GmbH, political scientist Lucas Leemann and Fabio Wasserfallen. Weigh survey data based on demographic, geographical and policy variables. The error range is 1.5 percentage points. You can find more information here.