The larger parties could have to combine with smaller parties to form a government. The following coalitions (named according to the colours of the parties) appear to be the most likely.
Source: Financial Times as at August 29, 2017
Who are the parties and how are they polling ?
If the polls prove to be correct, Angela Merkel could sweep into power again to lead the Bundestag in her fourth term as Chancellor. The biggest changes to the German political landscape could come from the other parties.
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