The CIS evaluates today the impact of the Andalusian elections and the jump to the Melilla fence

The frenetic end of the Spanish political year, with the absolute majority of the PP in the Andalusian elections, the deadly drama of the jump over the Melilla fence and the powerful image of the NATO summit in Madrid is today under review with the barometer of the month July of the Center for Sociological Research (CIS).

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18 July 2022 Monday 23:48
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The CIS evaluates today the impact of the Andalusian elections and the jump to the Melilla fence

The frenetic end of the Spanish political year, with the absolute majority of the PP in the Andalusian elections, the deadly drama of the jump over the Melilla fence and the powerful image of the NATO summit in Madrid is today under review with the barometer of the month July of the Center for Sociological Research (CIS).

Although it is the July barometer, it is the first carried out by the CIS after the Andalusian elections on June 19, in which the PP swept the historic fiefdom of the PSOE, which reaped its worst results in the great community of southern Spain .

Specifically, the field work for this survey was carried out in the first days of July, after the jump to the Melilla fence that resulted in the death of 37 people on the Moroccan side of the border and just after the Summit of NATO that evidenced the discrepancies between the PSOE and United We Can on account of military spending.

In addition, the aforementioned field work also coincided with the launch on July 8 of Sumar, the new project of the second vice president and strong woman of United We Can in Government, Yolanda Díaz.

The following week, between July 12 and 14, the debate on the state of the nation took place, the first to be held in Congress since the one between Mariano Rajoy and Pedro Sánchez, as president and head of the opposition. , in 2015. An appointment on which the CIS, as usual, has made a specific survey that will also be released this Thursday.

In the June barometer, the PSOE remained in the lead, although it fell half a point compared to the previous month. Given that the PP also dropped in voting intention, the Socialists managed to increase their advantage to 2.2 points over the Popular Party. Specifically, the PSOE scored a 29.9% vote intention, compared to 27% of the PP.

For its part, Vox repeated in third position, leaving one tenth with respect to May (16.5%), while United We Can stood at 9.8% and Citizens at a brief 1.9%.

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