United We Can voters would be more inclined to publicize disagreements with the PSOE in a coalition government than to be careful that these disputes be resolved domestically. This is what reflects survey commissioned by Podemos to the Institute for Research, Marketing and Opinion IIOP.
The study was conducted through more than 500 interviews conducted in early April among citizens are considered progressive (That they are located between 0 and 5 on an ideological scale in which 0 represents the far left and 10 the far right).
This spectrum will consist of voters PSOE, United We Can, ERC, CUP, More Country, Compromís, EH Bildu and BNG in the most recent general election held in November 2019. In this sense, in addition to the polls considered progressive, the poll also collects disaggregated information from United We Can voters.
According to the study, 76% of voters in the confederate space disagree with the statement that “United We Can must be loyal and not publicly express their differences“, compared to 22% who agree with this position.
The purple formation commissioned this study after numerous disagreements that remained within the coalition’s executive branch regarding the fundamental issues on which the PSOE and UP differed (housing, labor reform, intervention in the electricity market, budgets…). Second Vice President Yolanda Diaz has always advocated dealing with these issues “in silence” in order not to publicize the tension and noise, which, in her opinion, alienate the representatives from their representatives.
Although the head of the Labor Party advocates conveying the opinion of each formation to public opinion so that citizens can learn about the project of each space and its proposals on the various issues under consideration (as happened with the battle that was fought within the government in connection with labor reform).
Other voices in the space were in favor of always bringing the opinion of the confederal space to the public when there are disagreements with the majority partner of the government, and also as a way to put pressure on socialists on issues of the social agenda (for example, rent regulation or an increase in the minimum interprofessional wage).
The study also includes other issues related to the executive branch and the coalition. More than 40% of progressive respondents prefer in the event of a general election reissue of coalition government between PSOE and United We Can. However, this option loses a little in comparison with the government of some socialists.
Over 25% of those polled opt for a PSOE leadership supported only by the UP, while 20% want a socialist government supported from outside the PP; If these two options are added, only the Sanchez government is clearly preferable to the current coalition.
As to whether United We Can should leave the executive after Pedro Sanchez’s unilateral appeal to Western Sahara, 74% of those polled reject it (a figure that reaches 87% in the case of voters from the confederate space). 25% think that Yolanda Diaz supporters should leave the government (11% in the case of UP voters).
59% associate key government social measures with UP (For their components, this figure rises to 79%). 40% of progressive respondents do not agree with this statement. 49.8% will not see with a good eye that the PSOE has reached agreements with the PP before with its partners; 25.4% would react positively to this; and 17.5% would be halfway between both options.
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