The PSOE would win the Andalusian elections with 45 deputies – two less than it has now – and would be ten of the absolute majority, so it would have to agree with Adelante Andalucía (which would get 22 seats) or with Ciudadanos that would have 14) to be able to govern, according to a survey by La Razón.
The survey published by this newspaper in its Sunday edition has been made by NC Report at the beginning of this week and it also states that the PP would be the second most voted political force in Andalusia, although this time it would get 28 representatives , that is, five less than what you have now.
The third political force in the Andalusian parliament, according to the La Razón survey, would be Adelante Andalucía, the confluence of Podemos and IU, which would achieve 22 deputies, while Podemos currently has 15 seats and IU with 5, that is, that Together, they have two fewer seats than this sampling gives them.
Ciudadanos, which currently has 9 representatives in the Andalusian parliament, would have 14, according to this survey, and would thus be the fourth political force in Andalusia.
Regarding the participation in the elections called for next December 2, the survey reflects an abstention rate of 41% (in the Andalusian autonomous regions of 2015 it was 37.7%), which means that 3.3% of the Andalusians would not vote on the elections three years ago.