Survey: PS defines to 16 points the distance compared to the PSD – Politics

If the elections were today, the PS would get two more points than last month and would win with 39.7% and a loose margin for the PSD (23.6%), led by Rui Rio, who loses three percentage points.

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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