A change in direction in Spain.

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If a general election was held in Spain today the left-wing coalition of Pedro Sanchez would be voted out of office and replaced by a right-ring coalition headed by Pablo Casado.

The centre right Partido Popular would take a 28 percent share of the vote winning between 121 and 125 seats in parliament, making them the most voted party, according to a poll from our sister newspaper Ultima Hora.

They would need the support of the far-right Vox party to give them a majority in parliament. The vote share of the Spanish Socialist Party of Pedro Sanchez would fall giving them 24 percent of the vote.