Alicia Sanchez

Reuters survey, published in La Vanguardia, gives the coalition headed by Artur Mas between 2 and 4 more seats that currently has (62). The absolute majority is achieved with 68. The Socialists would suffer a strong setback and would get between 16 and 18 members (aged 28). Alicia Sanchez-Camacho PPC maintain the result of 2010 and would get 17 or 18 seats. ERC would reach between 15 and 17 deputies, compared to the current 10.

The party that would experience a more spectacular ascent would be Ciutadans, which would happen in the 3 current seats to 7 or 8. CiU would win the Catalan election of November 25 with between 64 and 66 seats, thus touching the absolute majority, while the PPC and PSC would get a very tight result, with between 16 and 18 deputies, according to a new poll published today by the newspaper La Vanguardia. The survey, prepared by the company Feedback between 6 and 9 November from 1,000 telephone interviews, gives the coalition headed by Artur Mas between 2 and 4 more seats that currently has (62), so it would be to just two seats of an absolute majority (68). The result between PSC, current second force del Parlament, and PPC, instead, is very close. According to the survey, which has a margin of error of 3.16%, the Socialists would suffer a strong setback and would get between 16 and 18 members (aged 28), while Alicia Sanchez-Camacho PPC maintain the result of 2010 and would get 17 or 18 seats. ERC, instead, would record a remarkable growth and also very close would wrest the second square to the PSC, to reach between 15 and 17 Deputy s, vs. the 10 who won in the previous elections.

The ICV-EUiU coalition would consolidate its progression and would grow in two or three seats, to aspire to a total of 13 members. The party that would experience a more spectacular ascent would be Ciutadans, which would happen in the 3 current seats to 7 or 8, more than doubling its parliamentary representation. The Feedback poll also predicts the loss of representation of independence training Solidaritat, which currently has four representatives in the catalan Parliament. Neither achieve seats the candidacy of Popular Unity (CUP) or the platform for Catalonia (PxC). See more: probe two weeks to 25-N: CiU without an absolute majority, ERC rises, PP is maintained and PSC falls