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Spain's Socialists hold lead ahead of election, still short of majority: poll

Reuters Wednesday, 17 April 2019
Spain's Socialists broadened their lead in voting intentions ahead of the April 28 election, the latest GAD3 poll for ABC newspaper showed on Tuesday, although the party of the prime minister Pedro Sanchez is still short of a parliamentary majority.
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