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Al Jazeera: Spain heads for the polls as far right poised to make gains  

Final opinion polls tip right-wing Popular Party to win most seats, but without securing working parliamentary majority. 

Voters in Spain are headed for the polls on Sunday in an election that could make the country the latest European Union member to swing to the populist right, a shift that would represent a major upheaval after five years under a left-wing government. 

Final opinion polls, that were published on Monday, tipped the right-wing Popular Party (PP) to win the most seats but without securing a working parliamentary majority. 

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WNU Editor: I have a good friend who lives in Alicante as well as a cousin in Marbella. They both believe Socialist Party leader Pedro Sánchez and his governing coalition will be defeated tomorrow. 

Spain Goes To The Polls Tomorrow  

Polarised Spain eyes the hard-right ahead of election — BBC

Spanish PM Sanchez pins snap election hopes on ‘fear of far right’ — France 24

Spanish general election tipped to put the far right back in office for the first time since Franco — Euronews 

Spanish elections: Will Sanchez’s political gamble pay off? — DW

Who are the candidates in Spain’s general election? — RTE