They obtain 18.9% and 18.6% of the valid votes respectively in a new CPI simulation of the voting intention.
The mayoral candidates of Lima Daniel Urresti Elera of Podemos Peru and Renzo Reggiardo Barreto of Peru Patria Segura achieve a technical bond with respectively 18.9% and 18.6% of the valid votes in a new simulation of voting intentions made by CPI.
The simulacrum of the right to vote developed between 26 and 29 September, with regard to the votes cast, Urresti Elera grants 14% of the votes cast and Reggiardo Barreto 13.8. The study also places Jorge Muñoz, candidate for Popular Action, with 9.3% of the votes cast and 12.5% of the valid votes.
On the other hand, Ricardo Belmont, from Peru Libertario, falls to fourth place after remaining in second place for several weeks. Belmont holds 8.2% of the votes cast and 11.1% of the valid votes.
On the other hand, candidates such as Esther Capuñay of Unión por el Perú have 3.6% of the votes cast and 4.9% of the valid votes. He is followed by Juan Carlos Zurek from Somos Perú, with 3.5% of the votes cast and 4.7% of the valid votes.
Manuel Velarde of Siempre Unidos has 3.2% of the votes cast and 4.3% of the valid votes; Luis Castañeda Pardo of National Solidarity reached 2.4% of the votes cast and 3.2% of the valid votes and Alberto Beingolea of the PPC, 2.3% of the votes cast and 3.2% of the valid votes.
The percentage of blank or zero votes, however, continues to grow. According to the survey, 20.2% would opt for this option, while 5.7% do not know who to vote for.
Sample size: 6300 respondents of 6,693,169 voters
Confidence level: 95.5% confidence
Error margin: 1.2%
Districts investigated: 33 in Metropolitan Lima
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