A POLITICAL poll has suggested the December Andalucian Parliament elections could result in a hung parliament.
A study prepared by company Sigma Dos for one publication suggested the most likely outcome of the Andalucia-wide election is a coalition between the right-leaning Partido Popular and centre-right party Ciudadanos.
Sigma Dos say the duo would claim around 28.3 per cent of the vote, while a left-leaning PSOE and Adelante Andalucia coalition is likely to win around 24.4 per cent of the vote, with a PSOE and Ciudadanos coalition trailing with 17.2 per cent.
If the current President of the Junta de Andalucia, Susana Diaz of the PSOE party, wants to keep her position, pollsters say she is likely to seek to renew an agreement with Cuidadanos which has kept her in power for the past three-and-a-half years. Sigma Dos says it is likely she would also seek support from Adelante Andalucia. Overall, the company says 41.6 per cent of respondents have said they would like to see Diaz return as president.
The Junta de Andalucia elections conclude on Sunday, and a race to the finish line has seen politicians, including Susana Diaz, campaigning heavily in recent weeks.