Pedro Sánchez and Yolanda Díaz after signing the agreement for a new coalition government. (Eduardo Parra/Europa Press)
The PP would significantly increase its number of deputies, it would win again the general elections if held today, although it would not reach an absolute majority nor could it form a government with Vox, according to the surveys published this Monday by the newspapers El País and El Mundo.
According to the 40dB Barometer, carried out between October 27 and 30 through 2,000 online interviews, for El País and Cadena SER, the PP would have 146 deputies compared to 122 for the PSOE, although it could not reach the absolute majority because it would not reach the 176 seats.
The PP would be left with 174 (with the 26 that Vox would obtain, plus 1 from UPN and another from CC), two more than in the last failed investiture of its president, Alberto Núñez Feijóo.
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For the newspaper El Mundo, which publishes the survey carried out by Sigma 2 through 1,788 interviews carried out by telephone and online between October 30 and November 3, “the PP would soar at the polls but would lack one seat to govern” and would remain with 175.
Thus, according to this study, the party led by Feijóo would obtain 151 seats compared to the 123 of the party led by Pedro Sánchez and, if the former rise at the expense of Vox, which would go from 33 deputies in the 23J elections to 22, the latter would They would do so to the detriment of Sumar, which out of 31 representatives would remain at 27.
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The El País survey, for its part, reveals that Sumar would lose four deputies, which coincides with that of El Mundo, while Vox would obtain 26 seats, leaving seven behind.
Regarding the evaluation of leaders, the best score according to the El Mundo survey would be for Núñez Feijóo, with 4.2 points, followed by the leader of Sumar, Yolanda Díaz, with 3.9; Pedro Sánchez, with 3.8 and Santiago Abascal (Vox), with 3.1 points.
(Information prepared by EFE)