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CIS raises PSOE’s lead over PP to four points and receives another drop from Vox.

The Center for Sociological Research (CIS) estimates that if the general election were held now, the PSOE would win with 32.7% of the vote, four points more than the PP and its own result in the 2019 general election. reflects the barometer released this Monday. , which includes a new Vox drop.

If last month the barometer returned the Socialists to the first place, which they lost in recent months, due to the Feijoo effect, now the CIS indicates that the PSOE is expanding its advantage, which was less than one point a month ago, but now it is located at exactly four. This is the result of the great rise of the socialists indicated by the barometer, and that the PP barely manages to add two tenths a month.

During that time, the PSOE went from 29.2% of the vote to 32.7% this month, one of the biggest increases recorded by the CIS in recent months by three and a half points. Nor did the PP achieve this increase from one month to the next after the election of Alberto Núñez Feijoo.

These figures put the Socialists with a large cushion over the PP that they have not enjoyed for months. In addition, according to these data, they are also four points higher than the results of 2019, when they received 28% of the vote.

Nunez Feijoo’s party, on the other hand, manages to add only two tenths of the last barometer. If the general election were held now, the PP would get 28.7% of the vote, which, although lower than in recent months, is still one of the best results. It is also much higher than the results achieved by Pablo Casado in 2019, when he left the PP with 20.8% of the vote.

United We Can consolidated into third place, having been in contention with Vox for months, but in which it is now consolidated with 12.7% of the vote, down just one-tenth from a month ago. Although it is not the best in the CIS series, the party manages to stay far from the ground it touched in May (9.6%).

The data allows United We to enjoy a 2.5% lead over Vox, which just a few months ago was in third place with a nearly seven-point margin.

The gradual but unstoppable decline of the extreme right is confirmed in the October barometer. Santiago Abascal’s formation peaked at 16.6% in May, but since then – due to the failure in Andalusia and the Macarena Olona crisis – the party has been falling in the polls so far and for the first time below the 10% threshold. .

If the general election were held now, Vox would receive 8.8% of the vote, a far cry from the 15.1% they won in the November 2019 election.

In the end, Ciudadanos still did not recover. The party under the leadership of Ines Arimadas could not pass the 3% threshold and actually lost a tenth compared to a month ago, keeping 2.7% of the votes. Below are ERC (2.1), PNV (1.2) and Más País (1.1).

Feijo is in the third place according to the evaluation

The PP leader has already ceased to be the most valued in the September barometer and is now also losing second place. Feijo is the third most rated politician with 4.42 points, but he is ahead of Pedro Sánchez (4.47) and Yolanda Díaz (4.71), who remain the best.

Behind them and already below 4 are Inigo Errejón (3.89), Ines Arrimadas (3.26) and Santiago Abascal (2.65).

Source: El Diario





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