Polls point to PS victory but far from an absolute majority


The poll of the Catholic University for PÚBLICO, RTP and Antena 1, released today, points out that the results of the next elections will be very similar to those of 2015. In other words, a majority on the left that will not differ much from the balance of forces that currently exists in the Assembly of the Republic. And, in fact, the Portuguese do not have much political clarification: 66% of those questioned do not believe that a stable government majority will emerge from the next elections. They do not believe it, but they would prefer it to be so: 54% prefer a government with an absolute majority.

The Catholic poll, with surveys carried out between October 29 and November 3, attributes 39% of voting intentions to the PS. The PSD is the next party with 30%, then BE with 7% and CDU, Iniciativa Liberal and Chega, tied with 5%. In the end, there is the PAN with 3%, ahead of the CDS, which stays at 2%.

Another survey released today by JN and DN, carried out by Aximage, has similar results. The PS remains at 38.5%, ahead but far from the majority, and António Costa’s assessment drops because of the lead in the State Budget for 2022 and the political crisis. Government and opposition both have a negative rating.


Source: Expresso by expresso.pt.

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