An image of the demonstration in favor of Independence organized in the last Diada.Albert Garcia
A survey by the Institute of Political and Social Sciences of the Autonomous University of Barcelona has shown that only 4.2% of those surveyed believe that the
will end with independence.
The figure is the lowest in all history, reaching its best percentage in 2015 when the percentage stood at 17.1%.
41.6% of the people consulted predict that the
will conclude with higher self-government quotas or, with the same percentage, or nothing.
The report, whose field work was carried out by the survey company GESOP, was carried out between October 19 and November 11, 2022 on a universe of 1,200 people.
Support for the independence of Catalonia plummets to 38%
With 47%, the majority of people surveyed show their preference for Catalonia to be endowed with more self-government while 29.4% are in favor of secession.
17% are those who want the process to be
The report states that the question of independence continues to be vital for citizens when it comes to casting their vote.
39% of those surveyed affirm that the position of the party they vote for on secession is “very important” to them;
25.3%, "very important" and only 15%, not very important.
The report shows that the majority of those surveyed show skepticism about the results that the dialogue table between the central government and the government could produce: 56% bet on the possibility that the two executives do not reach any agreement (possibly not or surely , not).
In fact, the majority of those surveyed welcome the body with a certain indifference: 30% say that they do not see it as good or bad;
18%, very bad and 15%, good.
The supporters of independence are the ones who value it the worst.
The poll predicts that the majority of those surveyed would now vote for the PSC in the general elections, thus being able to win the
23% would vote for the Socialists while 10.1% would vote for the Republicans and the same percentage for En Comú Podem.
On the other hand, in the regional elections the roles are reversed: 18.3% favor the ERC and 16.6% favor the PSC, which would fall to second position.
With 18.4%, the majority prefer Salvador Illa to be the next president of the Generalitat (18.4%) over Pere Aragonès (17.8%).
In contrast, 27.5% believe that the current
will revalidate the position.
The PSC also appears as the first option of those surveyed in the case of municipal elections: 16.6 compared to 14.8, ERC.
When asked what politics inspires them, the majority of those consulted opt for the option of mistrust (26.3%);
frustration (21.4%) and boredom (12%).
With a scratched pass rate of 5.08, the Town Halls are the only institutions that do not fail.
They do not exceed 5, in this order, the European Union, the Public Administration, the Provincial Council, the Government, the unions, the Government and the courts of justice.
In fact, there is no politician who approves.
Oriol Junqueras is the Catalan politician with the highest score in Catalonia (4.84);
Jordi Turull, the second (4.54) and Aragonès, the third (4.41).
Pedro Sánchez achieves a 4.31;
Yolanda Díaz a 4.2 and Alberto Núñez Feijóo, a 2.8.
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