Polls Propose New Election Won't Resolve Spain'south Stalemate

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Source:   —  April 03, 2016, at 5:17 PM

A poll published Sun by Spain'south leading newspaper El Pais and another by online rival El Espanol both propose number party would get a majority and negotiations would simply have to start again.

Pressure is growing on Spain'south political parties to reach a coalition government deal after polls propose a new election won't resolve the current deadlock.

A poll published Sun by Spain'south leading newspaper El Pais and another by online rival El Espanol both propose number party would get a majority and negotiations would simply have to begin again.

Politicians have been locked in negotiations about trying to form a government since the Dec. twenty election.

El Pais used pollster Metroscopia, which questioned 1.200 adults by phone on March 28-30 with a 2.9 percentage-point edge of error. El Espanol published its own poll interpreting data supplied by online survey company Netquest, which surveyed 1.002 adults online on March 23-30 and says its edge of mistake is 3.1 percentage points.

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