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Old 11-11-2019, 02:23 PM
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Old 11-11-2019, 10:47 PM
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Vox increased it's representation dramatically on the back of it's tough stance against the separatists in Catalonia.

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Very tied up at work today which is why I haven't posted until now.
Vox rise is due to a number of factors imo and their stand on Catalonia is only one of them.
Firstly, you have a tired electorate who were pissed off at having to vote again due to Pedro Sanchez being unable to form a govt since April 28. so some voted Vox in protest. I know a few personally who surprised me as they are not in the least far right individuals.
Secondly, Ciudadanos losing 47 seats meant that both Vox and PP were going to benefit hugely.
Thirdly, a huge number of young people, who weren't eligible in April, voted for the first time and their vote was always going to be unpredictable.
Vox actually won seats in Catalonia whereas PSOE were the only non-local party to win seats in the Basque region.

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Old 11-11-2019, 10:50 PM
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Very tied up at work today which is why I haven't posted until now.
Vox rise is due to a number of factors imo and their stand on Catalonia is only one of them.
Firstly, you have a tired electorate who were pissed off at having to vote again due to Pedro Sanchez being unable to form a govt since April 28. so some voted Vox in protest. I personally know a few personally who surprised me as they are not in the least far right individuals.
Secondly, Ciudadanos losing 47 seats meant that both Vox and PP were going to benefit hugely.
Thirdly, a huge number of young people, who weren't eligible in April, voted for the first time and their vote was always going to be unpredictable.
Vox actually won seats in Catalonia whereas PSOE were the only non-local party to win seats in the Basque region.
Thanks for the update. Apparently that overview would give the impression that voters in the separatist regions are not all in favour of separatism
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Old 11-11-2019, 11:14 PM
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Thanks for the update. Apparently that overview would give the impression that voters in the separatist regions are not all in favour of separatism

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This would appear to be the case Druck. PSOE have no option but to secure a deal with left-wing and regional parties otherwise another election looms which would see a lower turnout thereby benefiting the right-wing PP and Vox.
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Old 11-11-2019, 11:15 PM
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Any updates, Lee? How do you read the results?
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See my reply to Drucker, Car.
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Old 12-11-2019, 12:16 AM
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Very tied up at work today which is why I haven't posted until now.
Vox rise is due to a number of factors imo and their stand on Catalonia is only one of them.
Firstly, you have a tired electorate who were pissed off at having to vote again due to Pedro Sanchez being unable to form a govt since April 28. so some voted Vox in protest. I know a few personally who surprised me as they are not in the least far right individuals.

Secondly, Ciudadanos losing 47 seats meant that both Vox and PP were going to benefit hugely.
Thirdly, a huge number of young people, who weren't eligible in April, voted for the first time and their vote was always going to be unpredictable.
Vox actually won seats in Catalonia whereas PSOE were the only non-local party to win seats in the Basque region.

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Old 12-11-2019, 08:12 AM
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