Surveys in San Isidro, Surco, Santa Anita and other districts of Lima for almost a week

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San Isidro, Surco and Santa Anita (Andes)
San Isidro, Surco and Santa Anita (Andes)

Almost a week after that Local Elections 202256% of Limeños say they have already decided their vote, according to the latest poll by Date, which also conducted mock voting and consultations to find out which candidates were preferred eight districts of Lima and in the province Callao. The study was published in the journal this Friday Management.

Here one was made mock vote with ID and these were the results:

– Popular renewal: 22.1%

– We are Peru: 19.8%

– Advance country: 9.0%

– Population Power: 8.6%

– We can Peru: 6.3%

-PPP: 2.7%

– White or defective: 16.6%

– Don’t know: 10.3%

Here one was made opinion poll Intention to vote per candidate and these were the results:

– Carlos Bruce (Advanced Country): 37.9%

– Gina Galvez Saldana (Somos Peru): 14.6%

– Eduardo Herve Caprile (Podemos Peru): 8.3%

– Juan Alejandro Palma (APP): 6.7%

– Óscar Aco Miranda (national renewal): 4.5%

– Johnny Jesús Marzano (Front of Hope): 4.1%

– White or defective: 7.6%

– Don’t know: 13.4%

The 2022 municipal elections will take place this Sunday, October 2nd.  (To the)
The 2022 municipal elections will take place this Sunday, October 2nd. (To the)

Here one was made Candidate Voting Intent Poll and these were the results:

– Leonor Chumbimune (Podemos Peru): 37.0%

– Olimpio Alegria (APP): 32.3%

– Rodolfo Martinez (We are Peru): 2.7%

– José Horna (Front of Hope): 2.3%

– Gherald Antonio Rosas (Purple Party): 1.3%

– Jesús Bonifaz Rincón (progressive country): 1.3%

– White or defective: 7.0%

– Don’t know: 13.4%

Here one was made mock vote with ID and these were the results:

– We are Peru: 31.2%

– Popular renewal: 15.3%

-PPP: 8.3%

– We can Peru: 7.6%

– Advance country: 4.0%

– Hope Front: 4.0%

– White or defective: 18.6%

– Don’t know: 5.7%

Here one was made mock vote with ID and these were the results:

– We can Peru: 18.3%

– We are Peru: 9.3%

– Popular renewal: 8.7%

– Together for Peru: 7.7%

– Advance country: 7.3%

– Hope Front: 5.7%

– White or defective: 21.7%

– Don’t know: 0.4%

Here one was made mock vote with ID and these were the results:

– We can Peru: 24.5%

– Popular renewal: 13.6%

– We are Peru: 7.6%

– Hope Front: 6.6%

– Population Power: 5.3%

-PPP: 4.6%

– White or defective: 23.8%

– Don’t know: 7.0%

Here one was made mock vote with ID and these were the results:

– We can Peru: 18.5%

– We are Peru: 15.2%

– Popular renewal: 11.9%

-PPP: 8.6%

– Population Power: 6.3%

– Advance country: 3.3%

– White or defective: 23.9%

– Don’t know: 5.4%

Here one was made Candidate Voting Intent Poll and these were the results:

– Eduardo Bless (Advanced Country): 44.9%

– Salvador Heresi (Podemos Peru): 21.5%

– Marcos Enrique Cabrera (popular renewal): 10.4%

– Piero Miranda (Front of Hope): 3.8%

– Erika Gisella Díaz (Somos Peru): 2.7%

– Luis Ocona Malca (PPP): 1.9%

– White or defective: 5.6%

– Don’t know: 7.1%

Here one was made Candidate Voting Intent Poll and these were the results:

– Pedro Spadaro (with you Callao): 33.7%

– Carlos Cox (We are Peru): 7.0%

– Juan Carlos Alvarado (For you Callao): 2.7%

– Daniel Malpartida (Advanced Country): 2.5%

– Julio César Pérez (Long Live Callao): 2.4%

– Maritza Villa (Popular Renewal): 2.1%

– White or defective: 12.0%

– Don’t know: 24.8%

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