In the run-up to Germany's election on Sunday, the BBC News website spoke to four German voters about how they intend to cast their ballots and the main issues that matter to them.
Here they discuss their views in text, and in the case of one voter, in video.
The two main parties, the Social Democrats (SPD) and the Christian Democrats/Christian Social Union (CDU/CSU), are neck and neck as they head into the final hours of campaigning.
Many are still undecided ahead of polling day after a campaign dominated by the economy and unemployment.
We will revisit our voters on Monday to find out how they voted and get their reaction to the election results.
The readers' panel has been selected from as wide a cross-section of people as possible and may not be representative of wider public opinion.