March 25, 2023

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Elections in Colombia: Gustavo Pedro tops the polls a week before the second round

Left-wing candidate Gustavo Pedro It started again this Saturday The purpose of voting is first place To the President of Colombia After two weeks of technical tracks In a referendum with the Independent Democrats Rodolfo HernandezAccording to a new survey, he has a lead of 10 percent.

In a study conducted by the company Yanhas For RCN Television, RCN Radio And diary RepublicPedro, Coalition Historical agreement, Is 45% voting optionIn front 35% Hernandez With the second phase of elections looming Next June 19.

Compared to a survey released last week by the same company, Pedro rose three percentage points And between 2016 and 2019 Hernandez, who was mayor of Bukaramanga, fell 6 times.

On the other hand, a 13% of those polled promised to vote in the by-elections7% said “No / No Answer”.

Mixed reception

Alfonso Prada, the leader of the debate on Pedro’s campaign, promised “the last pre-election census.” Indicates that your candidate will win And “change is unavoidable.”

In the meantime, Candidate Hernandez Criticized the poll Taking into account his predictions and the final results, he said in the first presidential round, his “seriousness and credibility” were “suspiciously proven on May 29”.

“I liked Petro with 2% I was horribly behind at -15.4%Said the presidential candidate Twitter.

There is a margin of error of 3.2% in this Saturday’s survey, for which they were interviewed 1,234 from 60 municipalities.

Because this study is important This is the last thing that comes out to the publicThe law will not allow further publication until Sunday.

This contradicts the results of others published in the last 48 hours like this OccupierCreated Viewer, Karakal News Y Blue radio Of these, Hernandez gets 48.2% of the vote, while Pedro gets 47.2%, which builds a Extreme heat.


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