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The abstention rate was the highest since 1990 with a 41,3% and in Seville recorded its highest rise

The participation in the elections in andalusia stood at 58.6%, the lowest since 1990, when he touched the soil of 55.4%. That year alone there were more voters

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The abstention rate was the highest since 1990 with a 41,3% and in Seville recorded its highest rise

The participation in the elections in andalusia stood at 58.6%, the lowest since 1990, when he touched the soil of 55.4%. That year alone there were more voters who failed to vote since the beginning of the regional elections in Andalusia in 1982. This Sunday voted 3.6 million of andalusians, but 2.6 million escaped to go to the polls.

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“waiting for the studies to post-election, everything seems to indicate that the electorate of the left is the one that has been left at home,” stresses Carmen Ortega, director of the Center for Documentation and Analysis of Political and Electoral de Andalucía (Capdea).

The demobilization of voters from the left is reflected in the main feud of the PSOE: the province of Seville, where participation fell by more than in any other province —5.4%— and the socialists lost control of two deputies. Of the nine seats made in 2012, the PSOE fell to eight in 2015, and this Sunday it has been in six to lose 113.195 ballots (380.299 to 267.104) with respect to the elections of three years ago.

Vevobahis The province with the lowest participation was Cadiz, with only a 53.5 per cent, while Jaén obtained the largest influx in the polls with 63.3% of the electorate that went to vote. That yes, the province is olive —another fief key to the socialists— had the largest decline, falling 4.6%, as compared to the elections of 2015. A decline in the involvement of the voters, which also affected the PSOE training, which lost two seats down from six to four.

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The low turnout in the regional elections is linked historically in Andalusia to the coincidence with the general. When both polls repeated date have always been more voters, as when, in 1996, gave the ceiling of participation, with 77.9% of the electorate.

For blocks, this Sunday, the PSOE lost 402.035 votes and Forward Andalusia 282.519 votes with respect to 2015, while the PP lost 316.410 votes but Citizens won 289.735 and Vox won 377.556 ballots. That is to say, if the left forces lost 684.554 votes, the configurations of the block of right-wing totaled 350.881 ballots. “What he has done to the voter of the left stay home? The people wanted change, the corruption has influenced, but above all interpreted as a betrayal of the support of Susana Diaz, to facilitate the investiture of Mariano Rajoy in 2016,” says Ortega on the demobilization of voters socialists.

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