Spain's conservatives seen winning general election, poll shows

FILE PHOTO: Spain's opposition People's Party (PP) leader Alberto Nunez Feijoo listens to Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez speak during a session at the Spanish Senate in Madrid, Spain, September 6, 2022. REUTERS/Susana Vera

MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's main opposition People's Party (PP) is poised to win a parliamentary election in December but could only achieve a working majority via a potentially problematic alliance with the far-right Vox, according to an opinion poll published on Monday.

The survey carried out by private pollster GAD3 put the Socialist-led leftist ruling coalition of Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez behind PP, and short of a majority even combined with all its traditional and occasional allies in parliament.

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