According to a polling done by GAD3 , the first one after the elections of November 10, the Popular Party It would be the clear beneficiary in the event that a third general election was held, adding up to 10 more seats. The data shows that the PSOE would lose three seats, United We can one and Vox would have seven deputies less.
This survey has been published by the ABC newspaper after closing the PSOE-Podemos coalition and following negotiations with the independence parties. The survey was carried out by telephone interview with 1,802 people over 18, between November 19 and 27, and presents a margin of error of +/- 2.4%.
The PSOE, with 27.7% of the votes, would fall to 117 deputies; the PP, with 23%, would get to ascend to 99, and Vox with 14.1% of votes, would be left with 45
In this sense, according to the data of this survey, the PSOE, with 27.7% of the votes, would fall to 117 deputies; the PP, with 23%, would be able to ascend to 99, and Vox with 14.1% of votes, when losing seven parliamentarians, would be left with 45.
United We, would have 13% of votes would get 34 seats, one less than those achieved last November 10, while Cs, with 6.5%, would get 9, also one less.
ERC would get 3.4% of the votes and 14 seats, one less and JXCat would continue with eight representatives with 2% of the votes
More Country would keep their three deputies with 1.8% of votes; ERC, 3.4% and 14 seats, one less; JXCat would continue with eight representatives with 2%; the PNV (1.6%) would add 7, one more; and Bildu (1%) would draw four, which would lose one.
The rest of minority parties would maintain the same number of deputies except the BNG that would achieve one more seat, up to 2. Thus, CC, two; Navarra Suma, two; PRC, one and Teruel There is one.
The PSOE, UP and Más País would obtain 154 seats, compared to 155 of the PP, Cs, Vox and Navarra Sum.