On January 11, 2024, the president of the CIS, José Félix Tezanos, inaugurated the table ‘Public opinion polls and pre-electoral surveys’ at the Faculty of Information Sciences of the Complutense University in Madrid, Spain. This event was part of the ‘V International Sociology Conference’ organized by the Madrid Association of Sociology.
The president of the Sociological Research Center (CIS), José Félix Tezanos, expressed concern about a leadership crisis in the PP following the release of new data from the opinion barometer for January. He emphasized a significant decline for Feijóo, the leader of the Popular Party, after the CIS asked Spaniards about their preferences for a leader to preside over the Government.
Tezanos highlighted that only 16.5% of the population supports Feijóo, representing 25.4% of the total number of people surveyed. He also noted that the PP has remained strong with 32% in estimated vote because it receives transfers from Vox. The president of the CIS stated that the population prefers Pedro Sánchez as President of the Government, with the PSOE rising to 34% in vote estimates, two points above the PP.
Tezanos suggested that a possible explanation for the PP’s leadership crisis is that 6% of those surveyed support Isabel Díaz Ayuso as president of the Government. He also emphasized that the issue of amnesty does not worry citizens too much, and that concern for the health of Spain among the population has increased.
Tezanos warned that the negative situation suffered by young people is related to salary and housing, as a bad policy of low salaries has made it difficult for them to live independently. He suggested that higher salaries would lead to more economic activity, as people would buy more and the economy would move.
In conclusion, the data presented by Tezanos at the ‘V International Sociology Conference’ highlighted the preferences of the Spanish population for political leaders and their concerns about the economy and daily life. The event provided valuable insights into the current political and social landscape in Spain.
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