Despite what the Center for Sociological Research (CIS) says, the PP is sure that it will win the municipal elections and also in many of the autonomous communities where there are elections this Sunday.
However, it seems clear that no one will have absolute majorities, so that the leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, would be willing to reach an agreement with the PSOE to respect that the list with the most votes forms a government.
According to their own data, the PP has a chance of winning because, they say, otherwise "the PSOE would not be so nervous." But in the Conservative Party they also know that it is one thing to be the list with the most votes and another to form a government. In the PP they believe that something similar could happen to the PSOE in some communities and town halls.
In this situation, according to the popular, would be the community of Castilla-La Mancha, where their surveys tell them that Emiliano García-Page would win the elections, but that a PP government with the support of Vox would be possible.
Feijóo has always been in favor of respecting the most voted list, but that was interpreted as the only way to obtain or retain power. Now, the PP, according to their estimates, could be in an advantageous position on Sunday to negotiate one of these governments, although it is clear that what the PP is not going to do is give away any government if there is no correspondence from the socialist side .
With the polls of the popular, the PP would overturn territorial power, and for this reason it believes that the offer, now, would be more credible, although the popular leadership is not very optimistic. They trust that some PSOE barons, such as Page or Lambán, will put pressure on Pedro Sánchez so that an agreement of this type is possible.
And it is that, according to the data of the popular ones, the PP could govern in the Valencian Community, in Castilla-La Mancha and in Aragón, while they recognize that in Extremadura it would not be possible to win or govern.
Feijóo will throw the rest. Yesterday he was in the Canary Islands, where the PP believes he has a chance, and today he will be in Extremadura, in a last attempt to grab as many votes as possible.
The leader of the PP will do so with calls for the useful vote and directly addressing previous voters of Ciudadanos, Vox and the PSOE, and with a speech based on the economy, especially the domestic one.
Inflation, "food has risen 25% in the last 24 months," Feijóo said yesterday, who also called for an agreement with the banks to create a fund to help families with problems paying their mortgages, which They have raised about 300 euros per month.
Feijóo also asked for the vote "for change" and to end "with the lies of Sanchismo."