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Here is a Summary of all Opinion Polls released till now. The Final Spain Repeat Election voting is on 26th June 2016.

In the run up to the 2016 Spanish general election, various organisations carry out opinion polling to gauge voting intention in Spain. Results of such polls are displayed below.The highest percentage figure in each polling survey is displayed in bold.Spain Election News

Summary of Opinion poll for the Spanish general election 2016
Polling firm Last date of polling People's Party (Partido Popular
)
PSOE (Partido Socialista Obrero Español) Unidos Podemos Citizens Margin
of error
Sample
size
GESOP June 23, 2016 28 21.8 24 15.2 ±3.3 pp 900
GESOP June 22, 2016 28.2 21.7 23.6 15.2 ±3.3 pp 900
GESOP June 21, 2016 28.5 21.5 23.7 15.2 ±3.3 pp 900
GESOP June 20, 2016 29 21.5 23.7 14.9 ±3.3 pp 900
GAD3 June 20, 2016 30.7 21.2 24.9 14.1 ±2.2 pp 1,900
GIPEyOP June 20, 2016 29.5 22 24.5 14.5 ±1.0 pp 10,244
Redondo & Asociados June 19, 2016 29.4 21.5 24.9 15.1 ±3.1 pp 1,000
Invymark June 19, 2016 30.1 19.9 26.1 13.8 ±2.8 pp 1,200

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Official results give the PP 137 seats in the 350-seat parliament and the PSOE 85 – confounding an earlier exit poll suggesting the Socialists would slip into third place.Unidos Podemos have won 71 and Ciudadanos 32. Both parties are relative newcomers to the Spanish political scene. 

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Party Seats Vote%
PP 137 33%
PSOE  85 23%
Unidos Podemos 71 21%
Ciudadanos  32 13%
Others 25 10%
Spain 2015 general election result
PP 122 seats 28.72%
Socialists 90 seats 22.01%
Podemos 69 seats 20.66%
Ciudadanos 40 setas 13.93%
others 29 seats 14.68%

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Highlights Latest News on Spain general elections  

  1. Still it is 4 cornered fight and according to Latest Opinion poll, conservative Popular Party (PP) is still not getting absolute majority. 
  2. Just after six months there is another elections in Spain.
  3. There has never been a coalation governmet in Spain, but looking at other countries in the region it is getting more acceptable now.
  4. Main problems in the country bein Unemployement, Corruption and Immigration is the latest cause of worry in whole Europe.
  5. Polls suggest the Popular Party will win the most votes as it did on Dec. 20 but again fall far short of the parliamentary majority it held from 2011-2015. The surveys have indicated the Socialists and Unidos Podemos will come at 2nd place and Ciudadanos will come in fourth.
  6. All the Opinion Polls Show PP(Popular Party) at first position, Unidos Podemos at second and theb PSOE, Ciudadanos. See summary of other Opinion Polls for Spain here
  7. So the Elections which are to be held on 26th June 2016 would not be able to establish a clear winner again and Coalation could be the choice for Spanish people.

Spain 2015 Election Results
Popular Party – 28.72% 122 seats
Socialists – 22.02% – 90 Seats
Podemos – 20.66% – 69 seats

 

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Anti-austerity party of Spain’s, Podemos, is losing support ahead of country’s repeat general election to be held on June 26, an official survey showed here on Friday, although the vote would remain highly divided and would result in a hung parliament.

According to the poll, the voters would not go back to the two-party system that has dominated Spain’s political history for 40 years and would split their vote between 10 parties, even after the five months talk between political parties after a December election resulted in a failure to form government.

The poll predicted that Podemos would get 17.7% of votes against 20.6% they got in December election, while the conservative People’s Party of the acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy would win the voting with 27.4% which is down from 28.7% they got during December election. The Socialists would end second with 21.6% of the votes, down from 22.01%, and Liberal Ciudadonas would end at fourth place with 15.6% which is an up from 13.93% they secured in December.

This means that at least three parties, or may be more, would be required to reach an absolute majority in the Spanish parliament and form a stable government.

But there are several factors that could change the situation and help break the deadlock, the poll result showed.

During the December election Spain saw its highest Abstinence rate till date on record which is likely to increase further. The poll records 27.4% of the voters saying they are undecided or are likely to home compared to 24.5% of the voters in the previous survey that was done in January.

Currently a potential tie-up between Podemos and former Communist United left is under discussion that would jointly obtain 23.1% of the votes and thus becoming the main left-wing force ahead of the Socialists.

The survey was carried out on 2,500 voters in early April that is before it was clear whether a new election would be called or not.

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