Pollsters in Europe must be among the world’s worst. In Spain they cannot even get exit polls correct.
“United We Can” was supposed to soar into second place in Spanish elections. Instead, with 94% of the vote counted, “We Can” has a mere 13% of the vote.
It is impossible for PSOE and “United We Can” to form a coalition.
- If either PSOE abstains, the Popular Party (PP) stays in power.
- Another election.
The price for abstention could be the removal of acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.
Mike “Mish” Shedlock