According to the latest Centre for Sociological Research (CIS) survey published on Thursday, only 84.2% describe the political situation in Spain as ‘bad’ or ‘very bad’.
According to the latest speculative political survey conducted by CAPDEA, if elections were held in Andalucia now then the PSOE would win, seven points clear of the PP.
A survey carried out during the first half of February by the Real Instituto Elcano shows that Spaniards believe corruption, and not the crisis or unemployment, has done the most damage to Spain’s. Fifty-two percent of those polled believed corruption to be the major factor.
According to a recent survey, 44% of Andalucians have changed their driving habits as a result of the financial crisis. Last year the figure was 33% who claimed to have changed their driving habits.
A survey from Carphone Warehouse’s Geek Squad apparently claims that sixty-eight percent of women are now using Facebook more than traditional TV guides to dictate their viewing habits. Must say it seems more than a a little hard to believe. Viewing habits
The latest survey (June 2010) by the Audio Visual Council of Andalucia shows a lot of interesting information about how much television is watched, how many homes have internet and the fact that the vast majority want to see less advertising on TV.
The troubled Vélez-Málaga tranvia tram did not fare very well in the recent Consumer-Eroski survey carried out on the nation’s metro and tram systems.
A survey carried out by Consumer-Eroski ranks the metro in Sevilla as one of the best in Spain based on general cleanliness, punctuality, safety, accessibility and provision of information.
According to a survey by the Andalucian School of Economics, 81.5% of the population and 95.1% of employers believe that the economic situation is ‘bad’ or ‘very bad’.
According to a survey by FUCI (Federación de Usuarios-Consumidores Independientes), Andalucians are expected to spend €85 during the winter sales which start on January 7th 2011.