CPI: Daniel Urresti and Rafael López Aliaga lead the intention to vote for the Mayor’s Office of Lima

The candidates Daniel Urresti y Rafael Lopez Aliaga lead the intention to vote for the mayor of Lima, with 22.8% and 21.5%, respectively, according to a recent survey of CPI which presents exclusively in RPP News.

Both are followed by George Forsyth (9.8%), Omar Chehade (4.1%), Gonzalo Alegría (2.6%), Elizabeth León (1.1%) and Yuri Castro (0.4%).

The survey reveals that 22.3% state that, if the elections were tomorrow, they would not vote for any of them, while 15.3% do not specify.

the anti-vote

The survey also consulted the people of Lima about the candidates for whom they would definitely not vote in the October elections.

The anti-vote list is led by Yuri Castrofrom Peru Libre, with 32.1%, followed by George Forsyth (25, 2 %), Rafael Lopez Aliaga (22, 4 %) y Daniel Urresti (20, 5 %).

Datasheet: The CPI survey was conducted from August 3 to 10 among 1,200 people from 36 districts of Lima. The study has a margin of error of +/- 2.8%, with a confidence level of 95.5%.

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