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Next Spanish general election

← 2019 (Nov) No later than 10 December 2023
← 14th Cortes Generales

All 350 seats in the Congress of Deputies and 208 (of 266) seats in the Senate
176 seats needed for a majority in the Congress of Deputies
Opinion polls
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Leader Pedro Sánchez Pablo Casado Santiago Abascal
Party PSOE PP Vox
Leader since 18 June 2017 21 July 2018 20 September 2014
Leader's seat Madrid Madrid Madrid
Last election 120 seats, 28.0% 89 seats, 20.8% 52 seats, 15.1%
Current seats 120 88 52
Seats needed Green Arrow Up Darker.svg56 Green Arrow Up Darker.svg88 Green Arrow Up Darker.svg124

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Leader Pablo Iglesias Gabriel Rufián Inés Arrimadas
Party Unidas Podemos ERC–Sobiranistes Cs
Leader since 15 November 2014 14 October 2019 14 March 2020
Leader's seat Madrid Barcelona Barcelona
Last election 35 seats, 12.8% 13 seats, 3.6% 10 seats, 6.8%
Current seats 35 13 10
Seats needed Green Arrow Up Darker.svg141 N/A Green Arrow Up Darker.svg166

Incumbent Prime Minister

Pedro Sánchez

The next Spanish general election will be held no later than Sunday 10 December 2023, to elect the 15th Cortes Generales of the Kingdom of Spain. All 350 seats in the Congress of Deputies will be up for election, as well as 208 of 265 seats in the Senate.


10-point average trend line of poll results from 10 November 2019 to the present day
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