Merkel Party Leads State Vote; Majority Unclear: Exit Polls

AFPMerkel party leads state vote; majority unclear: exit pollsAFPBERLIN — German Chancellor Angela Merkel's party was in the lead Sunday after the first state poll in a general election year, exit polls indicated, but it was unclear whether its coalition would hang on to power. Exit poll results from Lower Saxony broadcast ...Merkel coalition, rivals in tight state electionHouston ChronicleMerkel coalition, centre left neck-and-neck in state vote - exit pollReuters UKGerman Regional Election Too Close to Call for Merkel's Coalition -Exit PollsNASDAQTelegraph.co.uk -New York Times -Bloombergall 612 news articles »

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