The “feijoo effect” has evaporated. Polls confirm that the PP leader’s approval rating stagnated months ago and has not stopped falling in recent months. In this context, and only nine months after becoming president of the party, Alberto Núñez Feijo carried out the first remodeling of his leadership, with the intention of proposing to attract more centrist profiles – such as: Borja Semper, Inigo de la Serna or Daniel Sirea. A more moderate picture. The change coincides with the start of a tense election year in which much of Spain’s institutional power is up for grabs, and in which the PP is battling Vox for the support of the right-wing electorate but is also seeking centrist voters. In the remains of citizens and among Spaniards dissatisfied with the management of the government of Pedro Sánchez. However, Feijo’s rating has fallen among voters of almost all political forces, including the PP. The only exception is Vox, among which it experienced a rebound in the latter part of the year.
Source: El Diario