Conducted for the Spanish television state channel, the GAD3 company survey grants the victory to the Socialists with some 114-119 seats in the Congress of Deputies, far from the 176 that mark the absolute majority in the strategic Lower House.In this way, the centennial social democratic group lowers its results achieved in the elections of April 28, when it got 123 seats in Congress, the chamber responsible for appointing the future chief of the Executive in Spain.
The GAD3 study, prepared from surveys conducted between October 25 and November 10 (today), places the conservative Popular Party as the second most voted force with a fork of 85-90 seats, above 66 achieved six months ago.
The formation of extreme right Vox, which in April broke into Parliament with 24 representatives, would climb from fifth to third position with 56-59 seats.
In fourth place, the left-wing United Podemos coalition would be placed, with between 30 and 34 deputies, while the Liberal Citizens party sinks to fifth place with some 14-15 seats in Congress, when in the previous elections it conquered 57.
The almost definitive results of these elections, fourth that Spain celebrates in so many years before the inability of the political class to reach governance agreements, will be known before midnight.
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