Finally finished the 2016 Spanish general election simulation under my electoral model. The results are as follows: Total Seats: 400 [350 OTL] People's Party (centre-right): 137 seats [137 OTL] Spanish Socialist Worker's Party (centre-left): 94 seats [85 OTL] Unidos Podemos (left-wing populism): 87 seats [71 OTL] Ciudadanos (liberal, centre): 54 seats [32 OTL] Republic Left of Catalonia (Catalan separatism, centre-left): 11 seats [9 OTL] Democratic Convergence of Catalonia (Catalan separatism, centre-right): 8 seats [8 OTL] Basque Nationalist Party (Basque nationalism, centre-right): 6 seats [5 OTL] EH Bildu (Basque separatism, far-left): 2 seats [2 OTL] Canarian Coalition (Canarian regionalism, centre): 1 seat [1 OTL] In Aragón, the PP runs in a joint list with the PAR (Regionalist Aragonese Party), in Navarra with UPN (Navarrese People's Union) and in Asturias with FAC (Asturias Forum) In the Canary Islands, the PSOE ran a joint list with Nueva Canarias. In Catalonia, it ran as PSC-PSOE. In Galicia, Unidos Podemos ran as the En Marea list. In Catalonia, as En Comú Podem; and in Valencia, it ran as A la valenciana.