PODEMOS has topped the polls for a second month in a row and is the leading party in 14 provinces, according to a recent survey.
Nationally, Podemos are ahead with 26,5%, while the PP stand at 24,4% and the PSOE lag behind with 22,5%.
Podemos is proving to be a force to be reckoned with, prompting reports that the PP and PSOE may be considering holding early elections.
On the whole in Andalucia the PSOE are still ahead with 30,2% and while the PP come in second with 23,7%, Podemos are very close behind with 22,5%.
The anti-corruption party would now win with a strong lead in Las Palmas (37.5%), Barcelona, Asturias (36.7%), Madrid (35.9%), Alava and Soria (35, 4%), Huesca, A Coruña, Alicante, Cádiz (33.8%), Illes Balears (32.7%), Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Zaragoza (31.3%).
It is the second political force in 14 different provinces and third in 22 others, cementing its importance in the upcoming regional and municipal elections.
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