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The PP has won Spain’s repeat election, doing even better than it did at the original vote on December 20. Total Turnout was 70 percent, three points lower than in December.
Live Voting % Highlights
PP has won Spain’s repeat election, winning more seats than in December 2015
- 2016 election results PP 33%; PSOE 23%; UNIDOS PODEMOS 21%; Ciudadanos 13%
- Acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is still short of a majority
- PSOE leader Pedro Sanchez says his party is the "foremost political power on the left"
- Unidos Podemos leader Pablo Iglesias failed to beat the Socialists to second place
- Pablo Iglesias: "We are not at all satisfied with these results"
- Polls open at 07:00 GMT and close at 18:00 GMT
- People across Spain are casting their ballots for the second time in six months Last one was in december 2015. Since then Spain has no governement only an acting government by PP led by acting PM Rajoy.
- Sunday's repeat vote comes after the four main political parties failed to form any kind of coalition.
- Latest Opinion polls still suggest, political deadlock and no Single Party will be able to get absolute Majority.
- The polls suggest that the conservative Popular Party (PP) will again majority but not good enough to form government alone.
Some Highlights ahead of Polls : Spain General Election Results Live Voting %
- The ruling conservative Popular Party (PP) led by acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is expected to take the largest share of the vote.
- A leftist coalition, Unidos Podemos, would come second, followed by the Socialists and Ciudadanos.But no party is seen as coming close to an overall majority of seats.
- Spanish newcomers Podemos and Ciudadanos winning over voters ahead of federal election
- The December election gave the Mariano Rajoy's ruling center-right Popular Party 123 seats in the 350-member Congress, while PSOE got 90, followed by two new parties in the national scene, Podemos with 69 seats, and Ciudadanos with 40.
- The Brexit twist? If U.K. voters surprise the markets with an EU exit, that could alter the outcome of the Spanish election.
Spain Election Schedule/Date/TimeLine:
- Election to be held on June 26th, 2016
- Campaigning starts officially from June 10th, 2016
Spain Opinion Polls
All the Opinion Polls Show PP(Popular Party) at first position,Unidos Podemos at second and then PSOE, Ciudadanos. See summary of other Opinion Polls for Spain here
Surveys published in El Pais, El Mundo and El Espanol show PM Mariano Rajoy's conservative
- Popular Party(PP) at 1st 27.7-31 percent,
- 2nd is Podemos lead Coaliation made of Podemos and Izquierda Unida with 23.7-25.6% and
- at 3rd is Socialists at 20.2-21.6%