The majority of Spanish voters (40.7%) prefer that in Andalusia they govern the PP and Citizens with the support of Vox before the PSOE continues to do so, according to a survey by SIGMA DOS that gathers El Mundo in its edition today. , Sunday.
The survey shows that the voters of the PP (81%) and Citizens (73.8%) are the most in favor of formalizing an agreement with Vox that allows the PSOE does not continue to be in charge of the Junta de Andalucía, a continuity with which only 37.9% of the interviewees would agree with.
For 39%, the management of the PSOE at the head of the Andalusian government has been the reason why this party has not achieved the necessary majority to continue leading the Board, above the 25.7% who are responsible for this loss of support. to the position maintained by the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, regarding the Catalan issue.
33.7% of the respondents think it "very bad" that Vox has appeared on the Spanish political scene in the wake of the last regional elections in Andalusia, compared to 19.4% who see it "well"; 15.4% who think they are "regular" or 15.2% who see it as "bad".
41.8% of the voters of the PP and 24% of those of Citizens are the ones that best welcome the irruption of Vox in the Andalusian political scene, compared to the PSOE (42.6%), the United States -We can (66%) and those of other formations (36.6%) to whom it seems "very bad" the appearance of the party led by Santiago Abascal.
The survey on which these results are based was carried out nationally between the last 21 and 27 December, from a thousand interviews.