The GAD3 poll for the ABC newspaper showed that a coalition of right-wing parties would also not win enough seats to hold a majority, with the People’s Party taking 87 seats, Ciudadanos taking 38 seats and Vox holding another 36 seats.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish right-wing parties PP, Ciudadanos and Vox could together hold a parliamentary majority in a snap election on April 28, one opinion poll showed on Saturday.
While the Socialists currently lead, polls show they and anti-austerity party Podemos would not win enough seats between them to govern, leaving open the question whether the centre-right Ciudadanos party would align with them or join a grouping of the conservative People’s Party (PP) and the far-right Vox party.
Sanchez has been savaged by the PP, centre-right Ciudadanos and more recently the small far-right party Vox.
“Mr Sanchez, that’s enough, it’s over ... call elections now!” said the head of the centre-right Ciudadanos Albert Rivera.
The centre-right party Ciudadanos has called another rally next Sunday in Barcelona “in defence of the Constitution”.
Recent opinion polls have shown the conservative Popular Party, centre-right Ciudadanos and far-right Vox could together win a majority of seats in parliament if elections were held, allowing them to replace the Socialist government.