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« Reply #225 on: November 19, 2017, 11:57:35 am »

Latest poll has pro-Spain parties getting a positive swing from 2015 to get to 52.8% of the vote versus 48.0% in 2015.  It seems CUP is taking a hit.  Seat wise it seems the pro-independence parties could still win a majority but most likely will fall short.  It does seem that the 2015 UDC vote is mostly not going to JuntsxCat which is what one would expect.

I must admit that the pro-independence parties are doing better then I would expect given what took place last few weeks. This does speak to the salience of the regional identity issue.

Worth noting that of the remnants of UDC, the largest made a deal to contest the election alongside PSC. Ramon Espadaler, a regional minister and the last secretary general of UDC is number 3 for Barcelona. So maybe they are going there.
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