Spain’s PP probably won 52 to 55 seats in the 109-seat Andalusian parliament in regional elections today, Canal Sur reported, citing an exit poll.
For an outright majority, 55 seats are needed. The PP likely won 42 percent of the vote, against 39.2 percent for the Socialists, the broadcaster said on its website, citing the IPSOS poll.
The Socialists may have won 45 to 48 seats and United Left, which has ruled in coalition with the Socialists in previous administrations, may have won eight to 10 seats, the poll showed.
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