The November CIS gives the PP as the winner with a 2.6 point advantage over the PSOE

The PP would win the general elections with 33.9% of the votes according to the CIS barometer corresponding to November, published this Friday. It would do so with an advantage of 2.6 points over the PSOE, which loses 1.4 points compared to October and gives up, with 31.3%, first place in the final stretch for the investiture of Pedro Sánchez. Sumar, for its part, remains ahead of Vox with 11.8% of support compared to 10% for the party led by Santiago Abascal.

The survey is based on nearly 4,000 interviews carried out in the first days of November and coinciding with the agreement that the PSOE and ERC signed for the investiture of Pedro Sánchez, which includes the amnesty for independentists prosecuted since 2012 and the forgiveness of 15,000 million debt to Catalonia. Also after the photo that the number 3 of the socialists, Sántos Cerdán, was taken on October 30 in Brussels with Carles Puigdemont.

The November barometer also represents a turnaround in the historical series of the CIS, which in recent months had kept the socialists as winners of the elections both before and after the 23-J elections, which the PP, with the only exception of the pre-election barometer. Furthermore, it will be the last one published by the demoscopic institute before the investiture session of Pedro Sánchez is held, expectedly next week.

Furthermore, the president of the popular party, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, becomes for the first time the highest rated political leader in the country, with an average score of 4.45 points, surpassing the socialist Pedro Sánchez and the leader of Sumar, Yolanda Díaz, They both lose two tenths and now score 4.31 and 4.29 points, respectively.

In any case, the general secretary of the PSOE continues to be the preferred politician to preside over the Government, mentioned by 27.7% of those interviewed compared to 21% who prefer Feijóo to occupy said position. Yolanda Díaz appears very far away, now at 6.6%, when months ago she was in double digits.

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