The Communist-led United Left was third with 6.1 percent of the vote, Gallup said.
The poll showed the PP gaining 0.8 percentage points and the Socialists losing more than a full percentage point from the previous poll taken a month earlier. The latest survey of 2'025 people above age 15 was conducted December 1-19 and had a margin of error of plus or minus 2.2 percent, Gallup said.
The voting age in Spain is 18. Fifty-two percent of those surveyed disapproved of the performance of Aznar, who went against public opinion by supporting the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq. That figure rose one point from
Poll showed the PP winning
44 .1 percent compared with 35.2 percent for the
Socialists. a month earlier. Twenty-nine percent favoured his performance, down two points. Zapatero, the opposition leader in Spain's parliamentary debates and the subject of daily news coverage, received a disapproval rating of 50 percent, twice his favourable rating.
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