The 5 Star Movement has been expierencing a continuous but sustained growth since summer of 2014. In parallel, the ruling Democratic Party (PD) has seen it's support slowly collapse since the same date. According to the firm IPR Marketing, the M5S would win the elections with the 27% of the voters support. That's 1.4 points more than last elections (24 February 2013). The PD would still resist close behind, at only 1.5 points from the leader, getting 25.5% result. A bad result considering the 29.55% got on the last elections.
Mariano Rajoy's Popular Party would win the elections for the third time if they were held today in Spain. According to the firm Invymark for the TV station LaSexta, PP would win with 30% voter's support. That's 0.2 points less than the survey conducted by the same pollster a month ago. It is also 3 exact points less than last elections, on june 2016. Mariano Rajoy got elected the Spain's prime minister for the first time with the 44% of the votes in 2011. The continous corruptions scandals have worn out Rajoy's goverment. On the other hand, the Socialist Party (PSOE) would expierence a discrete increase on it's support. Since last month, PSOE would pass from 24,5% to 24,9%, that is 2.3 points more than last elections.
According to the firm Market and Meda Research, conducted during the 20-23 of October, the Indepence party would win the next elections with the 22.9% of the votes. Followed closely by the Left at only 3 points distance. A bad result for the Indepence Party, who would lose 6,1% since the last elections, on October 2016. The Left however, would increase their result in 4 exact points, becoming a serious racer for the victory and opening a opportunity to form a leftist goverment with the Social Democrats and Pirates.