Current polling data at a glance
PSOESpanish Socialist Workers’ Party
The Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) was founded in 1879 and is one of the oldest political parties in Spain. It has a long history of socialist and social democratic values.
The PSOE upholds socialist and social democratic values, including social justice, the promotion of workers' rights, and social security.
In the last election, the party reached 31.7% of the votes. In the current election trend, PSOE is at 29.9%. This is a difference of -1.8 compared to the last election result. The party is represented in the current parliament with 121 Seats.
Economically, the PSOE advocates for a balanced approach that takes into account the interests of workers, businesses, and society as a whole. They promote social programs and worker protection.
The party advocates for workers' rights, including union rights, fair wages, and job security.
In healthcare policy, the PSOE advocates for high-quality healthcare and access to healthcare for all citizens.
Environment and energy
The PSOE emphasizes environmental protection and supports sustainable development goals and efforts to combat climate change.
In foreign policy, the PSOE advocates for multilateral cooperation and strengthening relations within the European Union. They emphasize the importance of human rights and international solidarity.
The PSOE supports a humanitarian immigration policy and advocates for the rights of migrants and refugees.
In social policy, the PSOE advocates for social security, educational support, and the protection of the socially vulnerable.
The party emphasizes the importance of education and supports educational reforms, the improvement of the education system's quality, and access to education for all.
The PSOE is pro-European and supports European integration and cooperation within the EU.
Mobility & Transport
In transport policy, the PSOE emphasizes the modernization and improvement of infrastructure as well as the expansion of public transportation.
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