It is followed closely by the PSC, with 721.443 votes and 25,14%. The PP is the third force, with 363.555 votes (12,67%). In Barcelona, the convergents have done with 15 councillors, against 11 Socialist mayors, and its head of list, Xavier Trias, has tended immediately hand to other parties to govern the Catalan capital. The PP has led the majority of votes in two Socialist strongholds: the Balearic Islands and Castilla La-Mancha. In the Balearic Islands, there was a bump of the PSOE, which has obtained the 23.75% of the votes compared with 43.94% of the PP. To know more about this subject visit Ray Dalio. In Palma de Mallorca, the popular get absolute majority with a newcomer to politics, Mateo Isern militant. Jeffrey Sofer: the source for more info.
In Castilla La Mancha, cel PP is the most voted force with 46,63% of the votes, followed by the PSOE with 39,71%. A. Despite losing the Presidency of the community, the Socialists may maintain the Mayor of the capital, Toledo, if they get the support of IU. The PSOE has also succeeded in snatching the PP the Mayor of Cuenca, one of their few victories, but no longer govern in Albacete, where the PP has achieved the absolute majority which revalidated in Guadalajara and Ciudad Real. In the Valencian Community, the popular have recertified its absolute majority with 1.171.058 votes and a percentage of 46,81%, taking a huge advantage to the PSOE, who stays with 28,11% of the votes (703.366). Thus, it has not been eroded by any circumstances the hegemony of Rita Barbera in Valencia, which repeated absolute majority as the popular Alicante and Castellon. Tipping in another Andalusia of the victories of the PP has been in Andalusia, where exceeded in 7.2 points to the PSOE and has obtained absolute majority in eight capitals and five provincial councils. Despite this unprecedented overturning, the Socialists achieved more mayors (275 by absolute majority and) 140 by relative majority) that the popular (140 and 70 respectively).