In the election in North Rhine-Westphalia, around 13 million voters were called upon to elect a new state parliament.

According to the projections, the CDU with the top candidate and incumbent Prime Minister Hendrik Wüst is the clear winner of the election.

The Greens can almost triple their result and end up in third place.

The SPD is in second place.

The FDP clearly falls out of favor with voters.

The left will not be represented in the state parliament in Düsseldorf.

A black-yellow coalition has governed North Rhine-Westphalia for the past five years; a red-green coalition was in power until 2017.

For a continuation of the government alliance of FDP and CDU, it should no longer be enough.

What comes next: grand coalition of CDU and SPD?

Black green?

traffic light alliance?

All figures for the election in NRW 2022, surveys and projections can be found here.

This graphic shows the distribution of seats in the newly elected state parliament.

You can try out which coalition has the required majority here:

There are 128 constituencies in North Rhine-Westphalia.

As soon as one is counted, you will see his result here.