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This may be why Sanchez is unwilling to compromise: Survey: Sánchez's PSOE would win new election with over 40% of the vote:
If no government is invested by late September, Spain will head to a new general election in November, its fourth in as many years. Today, results of a survey from CIS, the Spanish Centre for Sociological Research, show that PSOE would win such an election with 41.3% of the vote.

The Partido Popular (PP) would be in second position, with 13.7% of the direct voting intent in the results, just ahead of Unidas Podemos on 13.1%, and Ciudadanos (Cs) on 12.3%. Notable is Cs' fall of more than three points, going from second place in the previous poll to fourth now.

by IdiotSavant on Wed Jul 31st, 2019 at 05:28:14 AM EST

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