Vox would obtain 5.1% of the votes according to a Metroscopy survey
Vox, the ultra-right party led by Santiago Abascal, would obtain 5.1% of the votes according to a Metroscopia poll for the Henneo Group, the first one that takes place nationally after the act of Vox in Vista Alegre. The Ultra party would touch the million votes, multiplying by 20 its result of the last elections of 2016 (50,000 votes) and, in all likelihood, would enter the Parliament.
According to the Metroscopia survey, if a general election were to take place at this time, the PSOE would be the most voted party, with 25.2% of the votes (2.5 points more than in 2016), followed closely by the Popular Party (22.6% : ten points less than in 2016) and by Citizens (19.2%: 6.1 more then). United We can (that is, We can more its confluences) would get in total 17.7% of the votes (3.4 points less than in the last elections).
The fieldwork of the survey was conducted between October 16 and 18 with an effective sample of 1,588 interviews.