Neither the right nor the left appears able to master a workable majority in Spain’s forthcoming legislative elections on 28 April, according to the latest 40dB poll commissioned by Spanish daily El Pais.
Spain’s fringe far-right Vox party is currently polling at 12.5% nationwide, while the Liberal Ciudadanos is garnering 14.1% of the electorate's support, and the centre-right Popular Party is polling at only 17.8%. With just under 45%, a three-party coalition government would not be able to fo...


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