The PSOE widens its lead over the PP amid a complex governance scenario that polls on June 23 established. According to the Center for Sociological Research (CIS), the Socialists would win the general election if they were held now with a 1.8-point lead over Alberto Núñez Feijoo’s party. The PSOE has an estimated 33.5% of the vote compared to 31.7% of the popular vote. September delivery leaves another question. Sumari, the coalition led by Vice President and Employment Minister Yolanda Díaz, will get 11.9% and is in third place. Vox’s far-right came in fourth place with 11.1% of the vote.
The survey reflects the opinion of the citizens in the background of the negotiations between the various parties in the background of the complex electoral panorama that the survey painted on June 23. It was drawn up between September 1 and 12, when the king had already instructed Núñez Feijoo to attempt the investiture, even though he himself admitted that he did not have the necessary support. And also when the PSOE maintains an open dialogue with the pro-independence forces to try to win their support for the purpose of keeping Pedro Sánchez at the head of the government.
Source: El Diario