The exit polls predict a comfortable victory, close to an absolute majority, for the conservative Popular Party in the regional elections in Madrid.
Elections that are seen as a test for future general elections. According to different Spanish televisions, the ruling PP would obtain between sixty-two and sixty-five seats, just four of the absolute majority.
The Socialist Party, which governs together with United We Can in Spain, would lose nine with respect to the previous elections to stay with twenty-eight seats in the regional chamber and the left-wing Mas Madrid formation ranks between twenty-one and twenty-four deputies.
The fourth place will be occupied by the far-right formation Vox, with up to fourteen seats and the fifth, with between ten and eleven, United We Can, the leftist party of Pablo Iglesias. The center-right formation Ciudadanos would disappear from the camera.