Democracy Dies in Darkness
A coalition government is likely, and  negotiations could take weeks.

Projected results

Number of votes and percentage of total vote received by eachparty
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Social Democrats
Christian Democrats
The Greens
Free Democratic Party
Alternative for Germany
The Left
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