Germans want to send a message to the establishment — but they can’t quite decide on who should be sending that message. Ahead of the European elections in June, new polling shows that as support for the Right-wing AfD has decreased, support for the Left-populist BSW has gone up.

With similar attitudes towards immigration, foreign policy and various cultural issues, both parties are likely feeding from the same trough of voters, which threatens to split the populist vote. But with Olaf Scholz’s traffic light coalition in disarray and his own party’s plummeting popularity, that may not matter all that much. The elections in June will be an early test of just how durable the AfD-BSW voter bloc is.