The president of the Xunta and PPdeG candidate for reelection, Alfonso Rueda, has urged his supporters not to trust the latest survey from the Center for Sociological Research (CIS) which is set to be released on Monday. He referred to it as “Mr. Pedro Sánchez’s survey” and emphasized the importance of going to the polls, regardless of what the surveys say.
During a rally in A Estrada, Rueda expressed his skepticism about the polls, stating that none of them are worth trusting. He emphasized the need to go out and vote, regardless of what the surveys indicate. Rueda also mentioned that while most polls favor preserving the absolute majority, he prefers not to trust them.
Rueda anticipated the results of the upcoming CIS survey, expressing his doubts about its accuracy. He stressed the importance of setting expectations based on the worst survey and reiterated the need for people to go out and vote, regardless of what the polls say.
Luis López, the provincial president of the PP of Pontevedra, also warned against trusting the polls, using a traditional Galician saying: “When alms are a lot, even the saint distrusts.” He called on his supporters not to trust themselves and emphasized the need for mobilization to secure Rueda’s first absolute majority.
In conclusion, both Rueda and López emphasized the importance of not relying on the polls and urged their supporters to go out and vote. They expressed skepticism about the accuracy of the surveys and stressed the need for mobilization to secure victory in the upcoming election.
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