(GermanPolicy.com) – According to the ‘preliminary official final result,’ the SPD received 25.7 percent of the vote in the election to the German Bundestag. The CDU and CSU together came to 24.1 percent. The Greens got 14.8 percent and the FDP got 11.5 percent. The AfD follows with 10.3 percent, and the Left party missed the 5 percent hurdle with 4.9 percent, but comes to parliament because of three direct mandates. In addition to a traffic light coalition (SPD, Greens, FDP) and a Jamaica alliance (CDU, Greens, FDP), and a new grand coalition of SPD and CDU would also be possible.