Pedro Sánchez and Alberto Núñez Feijóo met on September 6 in a face-to-face meeting in the Senate. According to the Center for Sociological Research (CIS), 29% of the citizens who followed that debate say that the President of the Government won it, compared to 24% who give the opposition leader the victory. 26% answered that neither of them won.
Those are the data published this Wednesday in a special CIS barometer, focused solely on that face-to-face. The survey shows that 78.8% of those surveyed did not pay attention to the debate, which only 21.1% followed. Of this percentage, 74.4% saw some sections, 16.2% followed it practically in its entirety and 9% saw it in its entirety.
The CIS has asked them and also those who, although they did not see the face-to-face live, were informed after what had happened. The result is a victory for Sánchez with a five-point margin over Feijóo.
29% of those surveyed by the CIS who followed that debate – live or reported later – say that the President of the Government won it; 24% give the opposition leader the victory; 26% answered that neither of them won and one in five did not choose.