Spanish Prime Minister and Popular Party (PP) leader and candidate for the upcoming December 20 general election, Mariano Rajoy (C) addresses journalists during his visit to Sevilla on December 8, 2015. AFP PHOTO / CRISTINA QUICLER
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Spain's new political forces Podemos and Ciudadanos have gained ground ahead of a general election on Dec. 20, a poll showed Sunday, sapping support for mainstream parties and reinforcing expectations that no one party will manage to win a majority.That was slightly up from the 28.2 percent support it got in a GAD3 poll on Dec. 7, though backing for the party has slipped since late November.Ciudadanos, a centrist, market-friendly party that has taken votes from the PP and the Socialists, is seen grabbing 18.1 percent of the vote -- or 59 to 63 seats -- compared with 17.9 percent on Dec. 7 .
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