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The PSC would win the elections with 40-47 seats and ERC is ahead of Junts, according to the CEO

The PSC would win the elections to the Parliament with a range of between 40 and 47 seats (now it has 33), while ERC (31-37, compared to the current 33) and Junts (28-34, compared to the current 32) They would dispute the second position, with a slight advantage for the Republicans, according to a survey by the Center d'Estudis d'Opinió (CEO) of the Generalitat.

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The PSC would win the elections with 40-47 seats and ERC is ahead of Junts, according to the CEO

The PSC would win the elections to the Parliament with a range of between 40 and 47 seats (now it has 33), while ERC (31-37, compared to the current 33) and Junts (28-34, compared to the current 32) They would dispute the second position, with a slight advantage for the Republicans, according to a survey by the Center d'Estudis d'Opinió (CEO) of the Generalitat.

The PP would have between 8 and 12 deputies (it has 3), Vox between 5 and 9 (it has 11), the CUP between 4 and 8 (9), and Comuns Sumar between 3 and 6 (8), according to the survey presented this Thursday, prepared between April 11 and 22 on a sample of 1,500 people.

Sílvia Orriols' Aliança Catalana party could enter the Catalan Chamber, with a forecast of between 0 and 2 seats, and Cs would not obtain representation as it would lose its current 6.

The PSC, Vox and Junts have the highest vote retention rates and Comuns Sumar and the PP, the lowest.

As for the second voting option, the most mentioned among the socialists is ERC, as is also clear for those of Junts and Comuns Sumar; For their part, those from the CUP mention ERC and no other option.

The Republicans are divided between the PSC and Junts, while Vox voters would opt for the PP, the popular ones for no other party and Aliança Catalana, for no option and Junts.

Only about 5 out of 10 people surveyed (47%) correctly know the date on which the elections to the Parliament of Catalonia will be held.

13% of those interviewed indicated a wrong date and 12% an approximate date; a third of those interviewed do not know or do not answer this question.

In reference to the probability of voting this May 12, 63% of the people surveyed indicate that they will surely go to vote.

ARAGONÈS, THE BEST VALUED

Regarding the rating of the different political leaders, the president of the Generalitat, Pere Aragonès, is the best rated with a score of 5.1, followed by Salvador Illa (PSC) with a 5, Laia Estrada (CUP) and Jéssica Albiach (Commons) with a 4.9, and Carles Puigdemont (Together) with a 4.2.

However, the CEO highlights that the level of knowledge among the society of Carles Puigdemont (99%), Pere Aragonès (92%) and Salvador Illa (87%) is much higher than that of Carlos Carrizosa (56%), Jéssica Albiach ( 52%), Alejandro Fernández (46%), Ignacio Garriga (45%) and Laia Estrada (30%).