Spain’s ruling Socialists (PSOE) are polling ahead of the main political rivals, the Popular Party, ahead of national elections on 28 April, according to five recent polls. The results, however, may, in the end, mean little as single-party governments have become increasingly difficult to form.
Socialists would win 134 seats in the upcoming election due April 28, though would fall short of a majority in the 350-seat parliament forcing it to seek allies to pass legislation. A coalition of conser...

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