Podemos party leader Pablo Iglesias, centre, embraces his party fellow Inigo Errejon after the first session of the Spanish parliament in Madrid, Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2016. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)
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A majority of Spanish voters oppose holding another election to resolve the political stalemate created by an inconclusive national vote last month and want parties instead to agree on a coalition government, a survey showed Sunday.The ruling center-right People's Party (PP) won the most seats but fell well short of a parliamentary majority in the Dec. 20 election.According to the monthly opinion poll from Metroscopia published by El Pais newspaper, only 33 percent of voters favor a new election while 61 percent prefer to see an agreement between the parties.
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