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Majority of Spaniards against a re-run of election; only 7% would change their vote says poll

Tuesday, December 29th 2015 - 23:56 UTC
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Less than one third of Spaniards want a re-run of 20 December's election, which resulted in a stalemate, with two-thirds favoring a pact between parties, a poll showed. Just 7% of those surveyed said they would change their votes in a fresh election, while 87.1% said they would vote the same way. Read full article

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  • Britworker

    Can't see Gibraltar being a priority after this mess gets sorted out, they are so far apart they're not going to agree on anything. The next Spanish government will be very weak which is great news for Gibraltar and great news for Catalan. A weakened and unsteady government will also weaken the economy which will mean cheaper holidays too.
    The long game works so well for us.

    Dec 30th, 2015 - 08:28 am - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Briton

    only 7% would change their vote says poll,

    interesting how powerful polls can be,

    so if they now listen to polls, why bother voting in the first place,

    the latest polls say, no one is interested so why bother having a referendum, knock it on the head, save money and the polls dictate the government,

    sorry, polls are known to be wrong, if another referendum or vote off, is required, then this is up to the people, not the polls,

    just saying like.

    Dec 30th, 2015 - 07:15 pm - Link - Report abuse 0

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