The Popular Party continues its rise in vote estimation and would remain only 3.5 points behind the PSOE, which would maintain the first position although it falls compared to last month, always in the event that general elections are held today. This is clear from the June Barometer of the Sociological Research Center (CIS) made public this Friday, in the middle of the debate on the pardons to the prisoners of the procés and two months after the Madrid elections in which the PP of Isabel Díaz Ayuso devastated.
The PP cuts its distance after 4M and is 4.5 points behind the PSOE, according to the CIS
The Socialists would remain with 27.4% of the support, five tenths lower than in the May Barometer, and 6 tenths less than in the 2019 general elections, while the PP would climb positions and achieve 23.9% of the votes, six tenths more than last month. Vox, on the other hand, although it would remain in third position, would lose support: compared to 13.7% of the votes in May, it would now achieve 13%.
United We could obtain a significant improvement, going from 10.4% in May to 12% in June. It would also get a few more Citizen votes, which goes from 5.3% to 5.7% of the votes. Y Más País, which would climb three tenths and would stand at 4.1% of support. Likewise, ERC would experience an improvement, which from 3% of the votes that the sociological institute gave in May would go down to 3.6% now.