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Lord Halifax
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« on: April 07, 2019, 06:40:27 pm »

Why is the right losing support?
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« Reply #1 on: April 08, 2019, 07:46:34 am »


I think it is basically Cs supporters moving towards PSOE because of their sharp turn to the right and the new appeareance of Vox. We have gone from 50-40 style results to 47-43.

As I said earlier, because of vote splitting and the fact that the right can't be propped up by any nationalist parties (except maaybe CC and even that one would be unclear), they don't just need to win; they need to win big.

How does vote splitting affect the result? Is it because there are three competitive parties on the right and only two on the left?
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« Reply #2 on: April 26, 2019, 07:45:22 pm »

I personally believe chaos and no government is the most likely option.

How long will it take before we get new elections then?
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« Reply #3 on: April 28, 2019, 01:59:39 pm »

Gad3 projections for regions (that make up their previous poll) are releasing. Only caught a few on my stream.

Madrid

10 Seats PSOE
8 PP
7 CS
6-7 Podemos
5-6 VOX

Everyone 1 in Cantabria

Castile & leon

PSOE and PP tied at 11-12
C's 5
Vox 2
Podemos 1

Castile La mancha
8 PSOE
5-6 PP
3-4 C's
3 Vox
1 Podemos

Catalonia
13-14 ERC
12-13 PSOE
8 podemos
5 C's
5 JxC
2 PP
1 Vox
1 Other

Ceuta goes Vox


Results in Madrid seem big deal for left as usually it votes right.  Ceuta going Vox is no surprise and I suspect they will win Melilla too.  That is ground zero for illegal immigration so makes a lot of sense.

Can someone explain why two cities in Africa are enthusiastic supporters of the party that is campaigning against Africans? It seems that if Africans creep you out maybe, you know, Africa is not the best place to live.

They are Spaniards living on the edge of North Africa, not "Africans".
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Lord Halifax
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« Reply #4 on: September 16, 2019, 08:03:19 am »



This looks like big news.

Please translate if you're going to post tweets in Spanish
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« Reply #5 on: September 16, 2019, 02:32:24 pm »

About when would a new election take place?
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