A 70.7 percent of Spaniards believe that the president of the Government, Pedro Sanchez, should advance the general elections against a 20.9 that he thinks is not necessary, and a 77.7 does not agree with the approval of the budgets with the support of the pro-independence groups, compared to 15.8, which is.
In a survey of NC Report for La Razón released today is also reflected that 79.8 percent believe that the pacts with the pro-independence will harm the PSOE, compared to a 13.2 who does not believe it, while a 78.4 is agree that the Government is continuously rectifying, compared to 13.8.
The PSOE policy in Catalonia is not supported by 71.3 percent of respondents, compared to 22.7 percent.
The exhumation of the remains of Franco is defended by 41.6 percent against a 36.1 that rejects it, and 82.1 percent does not consider it a priority, compared to a 10.7 that does.
The use of the presidential plane is not well seen by the 82.5 of the consulted ones and a 63.9 thinks that Spain has gone to worse with Sanchez, against a 24.3 that opts on the contrary.
The NC Report survey for La Razón was conducted on a sample of 900 interviews between December 26 and 31.