The PSOE would be victorious again if elections were held tomorrow with 30.3 percent of voting intentions, according to the latest barometer from the Center for Sociological Research (CIS). However, the CIS consolidates the 'Feijóo effect' and the PP closes the gap, achieving 28.7 percent of the vote, one and a half points more than in the barometer for the month of April.
Vox rises compared to the previous month (14.4 percent in April) and would obtain 16.6 percent of the votes, while United We Can fall (10.7 percent in April) and would obtain 9.6 percent . Ciudadanos would barely get 1.8 percent of the vote according to the May barometer.
Those days Spain was in the midst of a political storm due to espionage on the independence leaders and the Government. The call for regional elections in Andalusia was also known.
Although the Socialists continue to lead in voting intentions and maintain the same estimate as the previous month – they would obtain 30.3 percent of the votes according to the April and May barometer – the PP in two consecutive months cuts distances. All this coinciding with the arrival of Alberto Núñez Feijóo to the presidency of the party.