With just a few days to go before the German election, a new poll shows that most voters in the country say they have already decided which party will choose.
In a YouGov poll in which the public was asked if they have finally decided who will vote in the Bundestag elections, 74% answered yes.
The poll was conducted from 16 to 22 September.
Meanwhile, 15% of respondents said they would make their final decision later, 9% did not and 1% said they did not know.
Asked which party they would vote for, 25% told the Social Democrats, followed by the conservative CDU / CSU coalition with 21% and the Greens in third place with 14%.
The far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party won 12%, the Free Democrats (FDP) 11% and the far-left party Die Linke (The Left) 7%.