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Spanish left-wing political party ‘Podemos’ march in Madrid

According to the last opinion polls, Podemos (We Can) Party has wider support than the traditional parties of Spain.

Spanish left-wing political party ‘Podemos’ march in Madrid
People hold banners during a march of Podemos (We can) political party on January 31, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. According to the last opinion polls Podemos (We Can), the anti-austerity left-wing party that emerged out of popular movements and officially formed last year, has wider support than the traditional parties of Spain, the Spanish Prime Minister's right-wing party Partido Popular and the main opposition party, the Socialist (PSOE). Spain will hold General Elections this year by the end of November. (Getty Images)
Spanish left-wing political party ‘Podemos’ march in Madrid
People shout slogans and hold flags during a march of Podemos (We can) political party on January 31, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. According to the last opinion polls Podemos (We Can), the anti-austerity left-wing party that emerged out of popular movements and officially formed last year, has wider support than the traditional parties of Spain, the Spanish Prime Minister's right-wing party Partido Popular and the main opposition party, the Socialist (PSOE). Spain will hold General Elections this year by the end of November. (Getty Images)
Spanish left-wing political party ‘Podemos’ march in Madrid
A woman holds a flag during a march of Podemos (We can) political party on January 31, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. According to the last opinion polls Podemos (We Can), the anti-austerity left-wing party that emerged out of popular movements and officially formed last year, has wider support than the traditional parties of Spain, the Spanish Prime Minister's right-wing party Partido Popular and the main opposition party, the Socialist (PSOE). Spain will hold General Elections this year by the end of November. (Getty Images)
Spanish left-wing political party ‘Podemos’ march in Madrid
Podemos party supporters cheer party leader Pablo Iglesias at the end of a march on January 31, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. According to the last opinion polls Podemos (We Can), the anti-austerity left-wing party that emerged out of popular movements and officially formed last year, has wider support than the traditional parties of Spain, the Spanish Prime Minister's right-wing party Partido Popular and the main opposition party, the Socialist (PSOE). Spain will hold General Elections this year by the end of November. (Getty Images)
Spanish left-wing political party ‘Podemos’ march in Madrid
A Podemos party supporter holds a placard reading 'We can change the history' at the end of a march on January 31, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. According to the last opinion polls Podemos (We Can), the anti-austerity left-wing party that emerged out of popular movements and officially formed last year, has wider support than the traditional parties of Spain, the Spanish Prime Minister's right-wing party Partido Popular and the main opposition party, the Socialist (PSOE). Spain will hold General Elections this year by the end of November. (Getty Images)
Spanish left-wing political party ‘Podemos’ march in Madrid
Podemos party supporters shout slogans at the end of a march on January 31, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. According to the last opinion polls Podemos (We Can), the anti-austerity left-wing party that emerged out of popular movements and officially formed last year, has wider support than the traditional parties of Spain, the Spanish Prime Minister's right-wing party Partido Popular and the main opposition party, the Socialist (PSOE). Spain will hold General Elections this year by the end of November. (Getty Images)
Spanish left-wing political party ‘Podemos’ march in Madrid
Podemos (We Can) supporters gather at Puerta del Sol square on January 31, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. According to the last opinion polls Podemos (We Can), the anti-austerity left-wing party emerged out of popular movements and officially formed last year, has wider support than the traditional parties of Spain, the Spanish Prime Minister's right-wing party Partido Popular and the main opposition party, the Socialist (PSOE). Spain will hold General Elections this year by the end of November. (Getty Images)
Spanish left-wing political party ‘Podemos’ march in Madrid
People hold up banners during a march of Podemos (We can) political party on January 31, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. According to the last opinion polls Podemos (We Can), the anti-austerity left-wing party emerged out of popular movements and officially formed last year, has wider support than the traditional parties of Spain, the Spanish Prime Minister's right-wing party Partido Popular and the main opposition party, the Socialist (PSOE). Spain will hold General Elections this year by the end of November. (Getty Images)