Polls put PS Socialists back in the lead – but right wing parties with majority

Latest opinion polling on which party most people would vote for has shown that the bubble of apparent PSD buoyancy has already burst: PS Socialists are back in the lead, if not by much, they would still win an election. The poll, conducted by Intercampus for Correio da Manhã/ CMTV, shows however that a right-wing alliance would trounce the PS. The right wing in its totality (meaning INCLUDING the furthest right permutation characterised by CHEGA) raised 45.7% against the Left which could only muster 43.5% of people’s voting intentions.