Ever the spaniards had been so concerned with the work of the political class as it is now , when Spain goes to a new appointment with the polls in November, which will be the fourth election in four years. According to the CIS barometer of September, released yesterday, 45.3 percent of the respondents believe that politicians in general, political parties and the political are one of the major problems of the country.
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This figure represents an increase in the seven-points with respect to July , when it developed the previous barometer, and a new peak in the historical series of the CIS, that question by this question since the year 1985. Only the unemployed, cited by 60 percent of the spaniards, appears ahead in the list of the main problems of the country.
in Addition the category that refers to the political class, on the list of problems of the CIS appear two other categories related to palsy who lives in Spain since February , when Pedro Sánchez, decided to dissolve the cortes and call a general election. They are seen also as issues the Government and the political parties or specific political −mention of the 6.8 per cent of the respondents, two points more than in July− and the lack of agreements, or political instability, as shown by the 1 percent of the spaniards.
And not only this, a vast majority, 76.9 percent believe that the political situation is bad or very bad . The perception worsens significantly compared to July, when it was 64.2 percent who viewed the situation this way. What will improve things within a year? 28.3 percent do not think that it, that the situation will be even worse, compared to 14.7 percent who expect that the political crisis is reconduzca. Keep in mind that the fieldwork for the barometer was carried out between 1 September and 18 September, when there was the last round of contacts of the King, who noted the lack of agreements.
In this sense, to 43.9 percent of spaniards are concerned that the political blockage prevents the formation of a Government. And the solution is not to change the Constitution, as suggested by the PSOE this summer, but foster a culture of pacts and agreements between the political parties and their leaders. So you think the 23.3 percent of the respondents compared with the 16.6 that would introduce legal reforms to facilitate the formation of a government. Perhaps this is the reason why Sanchez has not returned to speak of the reform of article 99 of the Charter.
The barometer also concludes that the leader of the PSOE (15.9 per cent) was the political leader that most efforts to form a Government, followed by Pablo Iglesias (10.3 per cent). Both politicians were which monetized the media attention since the only pathway that was explored was the pact between the socialists and we Can.
CIS no question who is to blame for the repeat election , and change itself is a challenge to the spaniards on whom they would prefer to be the president of the Government in these times. Sanchez, with 32.4 percent, is the one who gets the most support. Follow Churches (9.9 per cent), Pablo Casado (9.8 per cent) and Albert Rivera (9 percent).Updated Date: 26 September 2019, 21:02