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He started out with his own shows La Tuerka and later Fort Apache (aired by the Iranian channel Hispan TV, now banned in Spain), but it was his appearances as an analyst on La Sexta Columna (on La Sexta) which brought Iglesias to a wider public.

Rarely ruffled, Iglesias is able to string together leftist critiques of current politics in an articulate and highly fluent manner.

Published by the newspaper El País on November 2nd, the latest poll by Metroscopia put Podemos ahead of the “big two”, in the lead on 27.7 percent. Many observers describe Podemos as the party of the 15M “indignant” protest movement, and while its leaders do not entirely embrace that label, the group is helping to bring about the dismantling of the bipartisan dominance of the PP and Socialists that protestors began to clamour for in 2011.

The wave of corruption scandals has tarnished the image of the traditional parties at a time when Spanish governments of both left and right have been unable to prevent unemployment spiralling to unprecedented levels in the wake of the euro crisis.

In Spain’s biggest cities with over one million inhabitants, Podemos comes first on 23.6 percent.

Finally, in the breakdown of the results by social class, Podemos gets highest support from middle and upper-middle-class professionals, scoring 23.2 percent, double the backing received by the PP and Socialists.

, de dos minutos de duración, ha sido duramente criticado por el Partido Popular y por algunos sectores de la sociedad, por entender que se trata de “una falta de respeto a las víctimas del terrorismo”. En este acto de protesta, del conjunto de los líderes europeos (que ha suscitado otra polémica aparte), estuvo presente Mariano Rajoy.

En el vídeo, también se hace referencia a otras parodias que han utilizado el mismo patrón, como por ejemplo la televisión pública del País Vasco, en el que los humoristas aparecen encapuchados parodiando a la organización terrorista, algo que, aseguran, lleva haciéndose durante años.

SEE ALSO: Ten shocking corruption cases hurting Spain The Bankia scandal, when Spain’s biggest savings bank had to be bailed out to the tune of €23.5 billion (.4 billion), under the stewardship of a former PP minister while tens of thousands were being evicted and many pensioners deprived of their savings, confirmed for many that there was a “caste” running Spain in its own interests, as Iglesias repeats endlessly.

Podemos has also been very effective in its use of social media networks and television. The pony-tailed 36-year-old from Madrid is a university politics lecturer by trade, who has been catapulted onto the front line of Spanish politics after building up a cult following due to his appearances on TV debate shows.

Due to this personality cult, Iglesias complains that he can no longer go out for a quiet drink in the alternative Malasaña area of the capital and is reported to be discussing security arrangements with Spain’s Interior Ministry. The party’s vertiginous rise in opinion polls is putting the wind up plenty of Spain’s power centres.

Responding to the party’s strong showing in the polls, business leaders such as the president of cava producer Freixenet, voiced their concern.

En el vídeo, también se hace referencia a otras parodias que han utilizado el mismo patrón, como por ejemplo la televisión pública del País Vasco, en el que los humoristas aparecen encapuchados parodiando a la organización terrorista, algo que, aseguran, lleva haciéndose durante años.

SEE ALSO: Ten shocking corruption cases hurting Spain The Bankia scandal, when Spain’s biggest savings bank had to be bailed out to the tune of €23.5 billion (.4 billion), under the stewardship of a former PP minister while tens of thousands were being evicted and many pensioners deprived of their savings, confirmed for many that there was a “caste” running Spain in its own interests, as Iglesias repeats endlessly.

Podemos has also been very effective in its use of social media networks and television. The pony-tailed 36-year-old from Madrid is a university politics lecturer by trade, who has been catapulted onto the front line of Spanish politics after building up a cult following due to his appearances on TV debate shows.

Due to this personality cult, Iglesias complains that he can no longer go out for a quiet drink in the alternative Malasaña area of the capital and is reported to be discussing security arrangements with Spain’s Interior Ministry. The party’s vertiginous rise in opinion polls is putting the wind up plenty of Spain’s power centres.

Responding to the party’s strong showing in the polls, business leaders such as the president of cava producer Freixenet, voiced their concern.

In that sense, Iglesias has said he welcomes support from people who have previously voted for the conservative ruling Popular Party (PP) even though it is generally seen as a bigger threat to the Socialists and United Left. On its website Podemos defines itself as a “citizens’ initiative” which registered as a party for electoral purposes.