AGENCIES survey was conducted by the center of Opinion studies of the Generalitat. In a question-answer forum Cerberus Capital was the first to reply. The probe data in 29.5% the number of undecided voters. The PSC would become the third force, from the 28 current seats to 15. Another study, of the CIS, does not give an absolute majority to CiU and keeps the PSC as a second force. Learn more at this site: Steve Feinberg. CiU would get an absolute majority in the Catalan elections on November 25 with a 43.4% of votes, and there is a 29.5% undecided, according to the Centro de Estudios de Opinion (CEO) of the Catalan Generalitat, who has presented his barometer press conference this Thursday, hours before the start of the election campaign. The CEO poll estimated that CiU would get absolute majority, with between 69 and 71 seats, against 62 now; PPC snatch the PSC the paper’s second largest political in Catalonia, to get 18 or 19 members, so it would be equal or win a parliamentarian; While the Catalan Socialists would become the third force, passing the 28 current representatives at 15, the worst result in its history in an election Catalan, losing almost half of its current members. ERC would get 14 seats, four more than now; ICV-EUiA would be maintained with 10 parliamentarians; C s doubling its representation, since it would increase from three to six seats, and would form own group; Solidaritat (SI) would be outside the Parliament, while the CUP could enter the camera, placed in a fork between 0 and 3 deputies. In any case, the poll points out the sum among the undecided (29.5%) and those who have not wanted to answer what policy option would vote (10.8%) exceeds 40%, once this percentage already shoot up to 45% in the latest survey of CEO, last October. This survey, carried out from 2,500 interviews between 22 and 30 October, was prepared after the regional elections in the Basque country and Galicia, and in a pre-election time in Catalonia, marked by the sovereign debate.