The following maps shows the dramatic modify in how Spain voted on April 28th compared to the final election in June 2016 revealing how Spain has lurched from blue to red.

The map on the left from 2016 shows that the PP won the most votes in most of the provinces apart from the Basque and Catalan regions and some of Andalusia. Whereas on the suitable red is the dominant colour. 

Map from El Diario. 

This subsequent map shows a breakdown with the majority of seats won in every single province. The map reveals the split in the vote in Galacia, with two provinces won by the PP and two by PSOE 


Apart from the regional parties in Catalonia, the Basque Nation and Navarra, the PSOE has won the majority in all the provinces except the two in Galicia and two in Castilla y Leon.  

Map from El Diario. 

The subsequent map reveals the size of the municipalities and how they voted generating it clear that urban centres went towards the PSOE. 



That can be noticed additional in a breakdown of how the greatest 4 cities in Spain voted. 

In Madrid the vote is split far more or significantly less with a north south divide. The wealthier northern suburbs keeping allegiance to the PP though the far more operating class districts, exactly where the rent is decrease, in the south of the capital going towards the PSOE. 

Ciudadanos won the most votes in the northeastern districts of Hortaleza and Barajas – distinctly middle-class regions. 

Interestingly, the map reveals that Podemos are the large losers in the capital, losing their purple regions in Vallecas districts and Centro to the PSOE: 


This subsequent collection of maps (from El Pais) enable show how voting has changed given that the final election. Applying a colour chart the maps show exactly where the greatest losses and gains have been for every single celebration, with dark brown representing a loss of 30 or far more percentage points of the vote as compared to 2016 via, beige, light green and dark green representing a obtain of 30 plus points. 

The Socialists map is mainly green simply because it gained seats in most regions, except in the Basque nation and components of Andalusia exactly where it lost out (beige) or remained the similar (white).

The accurate extent of the losses of the PP can be noticed in the reality that their map goes from beige to dark brown.

It need to be viewed in tandem with the map displaying the Vox vote, revealing just how a lot Vox eroded the vote of the PP as it went from a standing begin of no votes to winning 24.


The map is depressing viewing for Unidos Podemos, which saw the quantity of seats it won drop from 71 in the final election to 42. 

Meanwhile, the map reveals the steady rise of Ciudadanos which nearly doubled their assistance winning 57 seats from the 32 in 2016. 


Lastly, this final map shows the distribution of seats according to area. 

 Here’s a reminder of the share of seats for every single celebration in Congress, the decrease chamber of Spain’s national parliament. And the comparison of the seats won in the 2016 election. 

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