More than half of the islanders, specifically 52.1% feel as Canarian as Spanish, according to him Sociobarometer study of the Canary Islands published this Saturday, which states that only 1.5% of those surveyed are on the radical left or the extreme right.
Regarding the nationalist sentiment, 37.2% of the people who were asked consider themselves more Canarian than Spanish, 5% declare themselves only Canarian, 3.2% feel more Spanish than Canarian and 4.8% only Spanish.
Here the greater sense of Canarian identity It occurs in La Gomera (46.4%) and Fuerteventura (42.6%), resulting more attenuated in the islands of Gran Canaria and Lanzarote, both equal by 35.5%.
31.3% OF CANARIES REQUEST GREATER AUTONOMY
Asked about the territorial organization of the Spanish StateTwo years after the approval of the reform of the Statute, 45.2% are satisfied with the current degree of autonomy of the archipelago, while 31.3% demand greater autonomy.
For their part, 3.4% are in favor of an independent state and below 10% would like autonomy to be cut or eliminated.
1.5% IS AT THE IDEOLOGICAL EXTREME
On the other hand, only 1.5% of the islanders are situated in one of the two ideological extremes.
Thus, on an axis with values from 0 to 10 where 0 represents the extreme left and 10 the extreme right, the Canarian citizenship is located for the most part at an intermediate point with a value of 4.6 that represents a moderate center-left possession .
At both ideological extremes, within the margins found between 0 and 1 represented by the radical left and in the values from 9 to 10 as the extreme right, only 1.5% of the sample is located on these borders.