Aximage’s most recent survey for JN, DN and TSF marks an unprecedented gap of 16 percentage points between the two largest parties in a period marked by fiscal controversy in the sale of EDP dams.
The possible effect of the open conflict between António Costa and Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa – over the constitutionality of the opposition diplomas that reinforce social support – is not yet included in these accounts, since the fieldwork took place from 24 to 27 March.
The third position continues to be disputed by Bloco de Esquerda (8.6%) and Chega (8.5%), with both rising in voting intentions. Followed by CDU (6%), Liberal Initiative (4.8%), PAN (3.2%), CDS (1.1%) and Free (0.8%).
António Costa, who manages to make the PS count more than the set of four parties on the right, is also the most popular party leader (60% positive reviews) and the only one with a positive balance, that is, who has more positive reviews than that negative.
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