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2020 Galician regional election

← 2016 5 April 2020
Election postponed for the duration of the coronavirus pandemic

All 75 seats in the Parliament of Galicia
38 seats needed for a majority
Opinion polls
Registered2,699,505 Red Arrow Down.svg0.1%[1]
  Alberto Núñez Feijóo 2018 (cropped).jpg (Tone Gómez-Reino) Por una PAC más justa. Tone Gómez-Reino. (cropped).jpg Guillermo Fernández Vara y Gonzalo Caballero (39254853744) (cropped).jpg
Leader Alberto Núñez Feijóo Antón Gómez-Reino Gonzalo Caballero
Party PP Podemos–EU–Anova PSdeG–PSOE
Leader since 15 January 2006 21 February 2020 8 October 2017
Leader's seat Pontevedra A Coruña Pontevedra
Last election 41 seats, 47.6% 14 seats, 19.1%[a] 14 seats, 17.9%
Seats needed In majority Green Arrow Up Darker.svg24 Green Arrow Up Darker.svg24

  Ana Pontón 2016 (cropped).jpg
Leader Ana Pontón
Party BNG
Leader since 28 February 2016
Leader's seat A Coruña
Last election 6 seats, 8.3%
Seats needed Green Arrow Up Darker.svg32

GaliciaProvinceMapParliament2020.png
Constituency results map for the Parliament of Galicia

Incumbent President

Alberto Núñez Feijóo
PP



The 2020 Galician regional election was to be held on Sunday, 5 April 2020, simultaneously with a regional election in the Basque Country, to elect the 11th Parliament of the autonomous community of Galicia, with all 75 seats in the Parliament being up for election.

In early February 2020, concerns about a possible snap election in the Basque Country to be called for 5 April raised speculation on whether regional president Alberto Núñez Feijóo would be willing to advance the Galician regional election to be held concurrently with the Basque one, as had happened in 2009, 2012 and 2016, despite Feijóo's earlier claims that his will was against bringing about a premature end to the legislature.[2][3] On 10 February, Lehendakari Iñigo Urkullu's confirmation of a Basque election for 5 April prompted Feijóo to precipitate the end of the Galician legislature and announce a regional election for the same day.[4][5][6] However, on 16 March it was announced that the vote would be postponed for the duration of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic in Spain, shortly after Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez's declaration of a nationwide lockdown in the country starting on the previous day.[7][8][9]

Overview

Electoral system

The Parliament of Galicia is the devolved, unicameral legislature of the autonomous community of Galicia, having legislative power in regional matters as defined by the Spanish Constitution and the Galician Statute of Autonomy, as well as the ability to vote confidence in or withdraw it from a regional president.[10]

Voting is on the basis of universal suffrage, which comprises all nationals over eighteen, registered in Galicia and in full enjoyment of their political rights. Additionally, Galicians abroad are required to apply for voting before being permitted to vote, a system known as "begged" or expat vote (Spanish: Voto rogado).[11] The 75 members of the Parliament of Galicia are elected using the D'Hondt method and a closed list proportional representation, with a threshold of five percent of valid votes—which includes blank ballots—being applied in each constituency. Parties not reaching the threshold are not taken into consideration for seat distribution. Seats are allocated to constituencies, corresponding to the provinces of A Coruña, Lugo, Ourense and Pontevedra, with each being allocated an initial minimum of 10 seats and the remaining 35 being distributed in proportion to their populations.[10][12]

The use of the D'Hondt method may result in a higher effective threshold, depending on the district magnitude.[13]

Election date

The term of the Parliament of Galicia expires four years after the date of its previous election, unless it is dissolved earlier. The election decree shall be issued no later than the twenty-fifth day prior to the date of expiry of parliament and published on the following day in the Official Journal of Galicia (DOG), with election day taking place between the fifty-fourth and the sixtieth day from publication. The previous election was held on 25 September 2016, which means that the legislature's term will expire on 25 September 2020. The election decree must be published in the DOG no later than 1 September 2020, with the election taking place up to the sixtieth day from publication, setting the latest possible election date for the Parliament on Saturday, 30 October 2020.[10][12]

The president has the prerogative to dissolve the Parliament and call a snap election, provided that it does not occur before one year has elapsed since a previous dissolution under this procedure. In the event of an investiture process failing to elect a regional president within a two-month period from the first ballot, the Parliament is to be automatically dissolved and a fresh election called.[14]

The decision of Catalan president Quim Torra on 29 January 2020 to announce a snap Catalan regional election to be held at some point throughout 2020 was said to have raised concerns within the Basque government of Lehendakari Iñigo Urkullu, whose party, the Basque Nationalist Party (PNV), sought to prevent the next Basque regional election—which was due by autumn of 2020 at the latest—from being held simultaneously to prevent any interference from the Catalan political debate into the Basque campaign.[15] This in turn increased pressure on Galician president Alberto Núñez Feijóo to unveil the Galician election date, with speculation mounting on whether he would coordinate the electoral timing with that of an hypothetical snap Basque election—as had happened in 2009, 2012 and 2016[16]—or would let the legislature reach its natural end, thus bringing the election to the autumn of 2020.[2][3]

Asked on the issue on 7 February, Feijóo did not rule out a simultaneous call with the Basque election, but vindicated that the autonomy of adopting such a decision was "his" and that he would not be discussing hypothetical scenarios—on the possibility of Urkullu announcing a snap election within the next few days—until they happened.[17][18] La Vanguardia reported on 9 February that Feijóo could be interested in waiting for an autumn election to be held concurrently with the Catalan one,[19] at a time when he had not yet revealed whether he would be running for a fourth time in office.[20] On 10 February, Urkullu confirmed the Basque election for 5 April,[21][22] with Feijóo commenting that he would be making a choice on the date of the Galician election "immediately" but that it would not be affected by Urkullu's decision.[23][24] In response to the Basque announcement, Feijóo summoned his government to an urgency meeting later in the same day and decided to trigger a snap election to be held simultaneously on 5 April.[5][6]

Background

A vote of no confidence in June 2018 had seen the downfall of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, of Galician descent, and his succession by Pedro Sánchez from the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE). After eight convoluted months in which the PSOE had led a very precarious minority government, Sánchez called a general election for 28 April 2019, in which the People's Party (PP) did not come out in top place in Galicia for the first time in history,[25] with the party having won all previous elections—general, local, European and regional—since its inception in 1989.[26][27] The local and European Parliament elections held on 26 May 2019 saw the PSOE's local branch, the Socialists' Party of Galicia (PSdeG), sweeping across the region and winning control of all main Galician cities but Pontevedra and Ourense: A Coruña, Ferrol, Lugo, Santiago de Compostela and Vigo, the latter seeing an humilliating defeat for Galician president Alberto Núñez Feijóo after his local candidate scored a bare 13% of the vote to the PSdeG of incumbent mayor Abel Caballero's 67%.[28] The electoral victories of 2019 and the weaknesses of the ruling PP after eleven years in the Xunta de Galicia prompted prospects of the PSdeG being returned to the regional government under the leadership of Gonzalo Caballero, nephew of Vigo's mayor.[29][30]

Concurrently, the political space held by the En Marea party had broke up after internal disputes. In late 2018, a crisis concerning the election of a new party leadership resulted in a split between members supporting Luis Villares and En Marea's founding member parties, Podemos, Anova–Nationalist Brotherhood (Anova) and United Left (EU). Villares was elected as new En Marea leader on 24 December 2018 amid accusations of fraud and vote rigging,[31][32] prompting Podemos, Anova and EU to withdraw from En Marea, dubbing it as a "failed" political project.[33][34][35] Podemos and EU would contest both the April and the November 2019 general elections under the En Común–Unidas Podemos brand,[36][37] forming the Galicia en Común sub-group within Unidas Podemos in the Congress of Deputies.[38] In September 2019, legislators from Podemos, Anova and EU formed the Grupo Común da Esquerda in the Parliament of Galicia, forcing En Marea loyalists into the Mixed Group.[39][40]

Parliamentary status

The Parliament of Galicia was officially dissolved on 11 February 2020, after the publication of the dissolution decree in the Official Journal of Galicia.[41] The table below shows the status of the parliamentary groups in the chamber at the time of dissolution.[42]

Parliamentary composition in February 2020
Groups Parties Legislators
Seats Total
People's of Galicia PP 41 41
Socialists of Galicia PSdeG–PSOE 14 14
Common Group of the Left Podemos 6 9
EU 1
Anova 1
MA 1
Galician Nationalist Bloc BNG 6 6
Mixed En Marea 5 5

Parties and candidates

The electoral law allows for parties and federations registered in the interior ministry, coalitions and groupings of electors to present lists of candidates. Parties and federations intending to form a coalition ahead of an election are required to inform the relevant Electoral Commission within ten days of the election call, whereas groupings of electors need to secure the signature of at least one percent of the electorate in the constituencies for which they seek election, disallowing electors from signing for more than one list of candidates.[12][43]

Below is a list of the main parties and electoral alliances which will likely contest the election:

Candidacy Parties and
alliances
Leading candidate Ideology Previous result Gov. Ref.
Votes (%) Seats
PP Alberto Núñez Feijóo 2018 (cropped).jpg Alberto Núñez Feijóo Conservatism
Christian democracy
47.56% 41 ☑Y [44]
[45]
GeC (Tone Gómez-Reino) Por una PAC más justa. Tone Gómez-Reino. (cropped).jpg Antón Gómez-Reino Left-wing populism
Direct democracy
Democratic socialism
19.07%[a] 14 ☒N [46]
[47]
PSdeG–
PSOE
Guillermo Fernández Vara y Gonzalo Caballero (39254853744) (cropped).jpg Gonzalo Caballero Social democracy 17.87% 14 ☒N [48]
BNG Ana Pontón 2016 (cropped).jpg Ana Pontón Galician nationalism
Left-wing nationalism
Socialism
8.33% 6 ☒N [49]
Cs Portrait placeholder.svg Beatriz Pino Liberalism 3.38% 0 ☒N [50]
Vox Portrait placeholder.svg None[b] Right-wing populism
Ultranationalism
National conservatism
Did not contest ☒N [51]

On 11 February Gonzalo Pérez Jácome, leader of the Ourensan Democracy (DO) party—which secured 4.4% of the vote in the Ourense province in the 2016 election—and mayor of Ourense with PP support, announced that he would be voting for Feijóo amid speculation that DO would be joining PP's electoral lists ahead of the regional election.[52][53] An electoral alliance with Citizens was proposed by Cs spokesperson Inés Arrimadas but was rejected by Feijóo.[54][55]

En Marea leader Luis Villares announced on 19 February his farewell from politics and his return to his judge post, casting doubt about En Marea's fate in the election ahead and whether the party would end up running in the election or withdrawing from the electoral contest.[56] Subsequently, on 21 February, En Marea announced that they would not be contesting the regional election.[57]

Timetable

The key dates are listed below (all times are CET):[12][43][58]

  • 10 February: The election decree is issued with the countersign of the President after deliberation in the Council of Government.[41]
  • 11 February: Formal dissolution of the Parliament of Galicia and beginning of a suspension period of events for the inauguration of public works, services or projects.
  • 14 February: Initial constitution of provincial and zone electoral commissions.
  • 21 February: Deadline for parties and federations intending to enter into a coalition to inform the relevant electoral commission.
  • 2 March: Deadline for parties, federations, coalitions, and groupings of electors to present lists of candidates to the relevant electoral commission.
  • 4 March: Submitted lists of candidates are provisionally published in the Official Journal of Galicia (DOG).
  • 7 March: Deadline for citizens entered in the Register of Absent Electors Residing Abroad (CERA) and for citizens temporarily absent from Spain to apply for voting.
  • 8 March: Deadline for parties, federations, coalitions, and groupings of electors to rectify irregularities in their lists.
  • 9 March: Official proclamation of valid submitted lists of candidates.
  • 10 March: Proclaimed lists are published in the DOG.
  • 20 March: Official start of electoral campaigning.[41]
  • 26 March: Deadline to apply for postal voting.
  • 31 March: Official start of legal ban on electoral opinion polling publication, dissemination or reproduction and deadline for CERA citizens to vote by mail.
  • 1 April: Deadline for postal and temporarily absent voters to issue their votes.
  • 3 April: Last day of official electoral campaigning and deadline for CERA citizens to vote in a ballot box in the relevant consular office or division.[41]
  • 4 April: Official 24-hour ban on political campaigning prior to the general election (reflection day).
  • 5 April: Polling day (polling stations open at 9 am and close at 8 pm or once voters present in a queue at/outside the polling station at 8 pm have cast their vote). Provisional counting of votes starts immediately.
  • 13 April: General counting of votes, including the counting of CERA votes.
  • 16 April: Deadline for the general counting of votes to be carried out by the relevant electoral commission.
  • 25 April: Deadline for elected members to be proclaimed by the relevant electoral commission.
  • 5 May: Deadline for the parliament to be re-assembled (the election decree determines this date).[41]
  • 4 June: Final deadline for definitive results to be published in the DOG.

Election debates

2020 Galician regional election debates
Date Organisers Moderator(s)     P  Present[c]    S  Surrogate[d]    NI  Not invited   A  Absent invitee 
PP GeC PSdeG BNG Cs Vox Audience Ref.
TBD TVG TBD P
Feijóo
P
G.Reino
P
Caballero
P
Pontón
P
Pino
S
TBD
[59]

Opinion polls

The table below lists voting intention estimates in reverse chronological order, showing the most recent first and using the dates when the survey fieldwork was done, as opposed to the date of publication. Where the fieldwork dates are unknown, the date of publication is given instead. The highest percentage figure in each polling survey is displayed with its background shaded in the leading party's colour. If a tie ensues, this is applied to the figures with the highest percentages. The "Lead" column on the right shows the percentage-point difference between the parties with the highest percentages in a given poll. When available, seat projections are also displayed below the voting estimates in a smaller font. 38 seats are required for an absolute majority in the Parliament of Galicia.

Polling firm/Commissioner Fieldwork date Sample size Turnout PP En Marea logo.svg PSdeG–PSOE BNG Cs GeC Vox PP+Cs logo 2020 (2).png Lead
electoPanel/electomania.es[p 1] 5 Apr 2020 1,000 ? 48.9
44
20.9
16
15.9
11
1.2
0
8.9
4
2.4
0
28.0
Infortécnica[p 2] 11–19 Mar 2020 1,041 ? ?
39/42
?
17/20
?
11/12
?
0
?
4/8
?
0
?
Sondaxe/La Voz de Galicia[p 3][p 4] 10–13 Mar 2020 1,200 ? 49.2
41
19.8
16
15.1
11
1.1
0
10.3
7
1.1
0
29.4
Infortécnica[p 5] 4–12 Mar 2020 1,420 ? ?
40/42
?
15/17
?
10/11
?
0/1
?
7/8
?
0/1
?
electoPanel/electomania.es[p 6] 6–8 Mar 2020 1,000 ? 44.0
38
23.4
19
17.1
13
1.2
0
8.5
5
3.6
0
20.6
Sigma Dos/El Mundo[p 7] 2–5 Mar 2020 1,000 ? 45.9
38/40
24.1
19/21
17.5
12/13
1.3
0
6.9
3/5
1.8
0
21.8
electoPanel/electomania.es[p 8][p 9] 2–5 Mar 2020 1,000 ? 44.1
38
23.5
19
17.0
13
1.3
0
8.5
5
3.6
0
20.6
Infortécnica[p 10] 27 Feb–5 Mar 2020 1,466 ? ?
40/42
?
13/14
?
7/9
?
0/2
?
11/13
?
0/2
?
NC Report/La Razón[p 11][p 12] 19 Feb–4 Mar 2020 1,000 53.2 43.7
37
24.7
20/21
15.1
11
1.3
0
7.9
6
4.8
0/1
19.0
GAD3/ABC[p 13] 26 Feb–2 Mar 2020 800 ? 44.7
38/40
23.2
18/20
18.3
13/14
1.9
0
7.0
3/4
2.5
0
21.5
Sigma Dos/Antena 3[p 14][p 15] 1 Mar 2020 ? ? 45.9
37/39
24.4
18/20
19.0
14
0.7
0
7.3
3/6
2.4
0
21.5
electoPanel/electomania.es[p 16] 23 Feb–1 Mar 2020 1,000 ? 44.9
39
23.4
19
16.6
12
[e] 8.6
5
3.7
0
21.5
SocioMétrica/El Español[p 17][p 18] 26–28 Feb 2020 900 ? 46.2
37/38
22.3
19/20
13.9
9
10.2
8
4.9
1
23.9
Celeste-Tel/eldiario.es[p 19] 24–28 Feb 2020 1,100 ? 43.9
36/38
25.2
20/22
13.6
9
1.3
0
11.1
8
2.9
0
18.7
KeyData/Público[p 20] 26 Feb 2020 ? 65.0 44.7
38
24.3
19
15.8
11
1.1
0
8.0
7
4.0
0
20.4
Sondaxe/La Voz de Galicia[p 21][p 22] 19–26 Feb 2020 ? 66.6 43.7
39
18.7
15
16.7
13
2.7
0
12.6
8
1.8
0
25.0
electoPanel/electomania.es[p 23] 13–22 Feb 2020 1,250 ? 44.2
38
24.0
19
16.4
13
[e] 9.3
5
4.3
0
20.2
Sigma Dos/PSdeG[p 24][p 25] 21 Feb 2020 1,800 ? ?
35/38
?
19/22
?
13/15
?
4
2.8
0
?
NC Report/La Razón[p 26][p 27] 17–21 Feb 2020 1,000 ? 45.1
38/39
24.8
20/21
15.0
11
1.0
0
7.1
5
4.6
0
20.3
GAD3/ABC[p 28][p 29] 16 Jan–14 Feb 2020 900 ? 46.9
41
26.2
21
14.7
11
1.7
0
5.0
2
2.9
0
20.7
Metroscopia/El Confidencial[p 30] 11–12 Feb 2020 1,000 58 46.6
39
20.1
16
18.5
14
1.1
0
8.4
6
2.7
0
26.5
electoPanel/electomania.es[p 31][p 32] 10–12 Feb 2020 3,000 ? [f] 1.5
0
24.0
19
14.8
11
[f] 8.7
5
4.8
0
44.0
40
20.0
? 41.1
37
1.6
0
22.4
19
15.4
11
2.7
0
9.2
7
5.3
1
18.7
Sondaxe/La Voz de Galicia[p 33][p 34] 15–22 Jan 2020 1,223 69.4 43.0
38
2.3
0
21.3
18
14.5
11
2.2
0
11.8
8
1.9
0
21.7
electoPanel/electomania.es[p 35] 26–30 Dec 2019 ? ? 39.9
36
0.6
0
23.9
19
14.9
11
3.4
0
8.6
5
6.5
4
16.0
November 2019 general election 10 Nov 2019 N/A 55.9 31.9
28
31.2
27
8.1
6
4.3
0
12.6
9
7.8
5
0.7
DYM/Prensa Ibérica[p 36] 25–30 Oct 2019 ? ? 41.6 3.0 20.7 17.3 1.9 7.8 6.0 20.9
Sondaxe/La Voz de Galicia[p 37] 26 Sep–3 Oct 2019 1,223 ? 41.1
36
3.0
0
22.3
20
11.4
9
4.3
2
11.7
8
1.0
0
18.8
electoPanel/electomania.es[p 38] 18 Aug 2019 ? ? 37.4
33
1.1
0
26.6
22
11.9
8
6.7
4
10.9
8
2.9
0
10.8
electoPanel/electomania.es[p 39] 3 Jul 2019 ? ? 37.2
33
1.2
0
27.6
23
11.6
8
6.2
3
10.3
8
3.5
0
9.6
2019 local elections 26 May 2019 N/A 67.8 33.4 32.8 12.9 3.0 4.8 0.6 0.6
2019 EP election 26 May 2019 N/A 54.5 29.8
27
1.1
0
35.1
31
11.8
8
6.7
4
8.1
5
2.6
0
5.3
April 2019 general election 28 Apr 2019 N/A 61.9 27.4
25
1.1
0
32.1
28
5.7
2
11.2
8
14.5
10
5.3
2
4.7
SyM Consulting[p 40] 10–13 Apr 2018 2,500 62.9 41.1
34/37
16.0
12/13
21.7
17/19
7.6
4/5
8.6
4/6
19.4
Sondaxe/La Voz de Galicia[p 41][p 42][p 43] 18 Jul–28 Aug 2017 1,500 ? 45.9
40
20.1
15
17.8
14
8.5
6
25.8
Sondaxe/La Voz de Galicia[p 44][p 45] 7–13 Jun 2017 855 ? 46.4
41
20.7
16
16.9
12
9.2
6
25.7
2016 regional election 25 Sep 2016 N/A 53.6 47.6
41
19.1
14
17.9
14
8.3
6
3.4
0
28.5

Results

Overall

Summary of the 5 April 2020 Parliament of Galicia election results
GaliciaParliamentDiagram2020.svg
Parties and coalitions Popular vote Seats
Votes % ±pp Total +/−
People's Party (PP)
Galicia in Common–Anova Tides (PodemosEUAnova)1
Socialists' Party of Galicia (PSdeG–PSOE)
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG)
Citizens–Party of the Citizenry (Cs)
Animalist Party Against Mistreatment of Animals (PACMA)
Commitment to Galicia (CxG)
Zero Cuts–Common Space–The Greens (Recortes Cero–EsCo–OV)
Blank Seats (EB)
Citizens of Galicia Democratic Action (ADCG)
XXI Convergence (C21)
United for the Future! (Unidos SI–UDP–DEF)
Vox (Vox) New
Communist Party of the Workers of Galicia (PCTG) New
For a Fairer World (PUM+J) New
Equo Galicia (Equo) New
With You, We Are Democracy (Contigo) New
Union, Progress and Democracy (UPyD) New
Party of Self-employed and Professionals (AUTONOMO) New
Blank ballots
Total 75 ±0
Valid votes
Invalid votes
Votes cast / turnout
Abstentions
Registered voters 2,699,505
Sources

Distribution by constituency

Constituency PP GeC PSdeG BNG
% S % S % S % S
A Coruña
Lugo
Ourense
Pontevedra
Total
Sources

Notes

  1. ^ a b Results for En Marea in the 2016 election.
  2. ^ Vox did not field a single candidate for the post of President of the Regional Government of Galicia.[51]
  3. ^ Denotes a main invitee attending the event.
  4. ^ Denotes a main invitee not attending the event, sending a surrogate in their place.
  5. ^ a b Within PP.
  6. ^ a b Within PP+Cs.

References

Opinion poll sources
  1. ^ "Especial 5-A: 'efecto bandera' para Feijoo, que sube con fuerza. Urkullu amplía levemente sus apoyos". electomania.es (in Spanish). 5 April 2020.
  2. ^ "El escenario electoral gallego es inmune al estallido de la crisis del coronavirus". El Progreso (in Spanish). 5 April 2020.
  3. ^ "Feijóo revalidaría los 41 escaños actuales frente a los 34 del bloque de izquierdas". La Voz de Galicia (in Spanish). 15 March 2020.
  4. ^ "GALICIA · Encuesta Sondaxe 15/03/2020: BNG 15,1% (11), GeC 10,3% (7), PSdeG-PSOE 19,8% (16), Cs 1,1%, PP 49,2% (41), VOX 1,1%". Electograph (in Spanish). 15 March 2020.
  5. ^ "Feijóo sigue firme hacia la victoria ante un PSOE que suma solo a su izquierda". La Región (in Spanish). 15 March 2020.
  6. ^ "GalaicoPanel (9M): Feijoo sigue al borde de perder la Xunta". electomania.es (in Spanish). 9 March 2020.
  7. ^ "Feijóo mantendría la mayoría absoluta por la mínima en Galicia el 5-A". El Mundo (in Spanish). 9 March 2020.
  8. ^ "GalaicoPanel (6M): importante bajada de Feijoo que le deja al borde de perder la Xunta". electomania.es (in Spanish). 6 March 2020.
  9. ^ "Feijóo, a la baja en las encuestas, podría perder la mayoría absoluta y quedar a merced de Vox". Libertad Digital (in Spanish). 6 March 2020.
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  12. ^ "GALICIA. Encuesta NC Report 06/03/2020: BNG 15,1% (11), GeC 7,9% (6), PSdeG-PSOE 24,7% (20/21), Cs 1,3%, PP 43,7% (37), VOX 4,8% (0/1)". Electograph (in Spanish). 6 March 2020.
  13. ^ "El PP retrocede en Galicia pero aún mantiene la mayoría absoluta". ABC (in Spanish). 17 February 2020.
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  15. ^ "GALICIA. Encuesta SigmaDos 01/03/2020: BNG 19,0 % (14), GeC 7,3% (3/6), PSdeG-PSOE 24,4% (18/20), Cs 0,7%, PP 45,9% (37/39), VOX 2,4%". Electograph (in Spanish). 1 March 2020.
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