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Massa appears ahead with 30.7% of the contested votes in Argentina

Massa appears ahead with 30.7% of the contested votes in Argentina

The Minister of Economy is tied on the margin of error with Javier Milli, who received 27.9% of voting intentions.

Economy Minister Sergio Massa (Union for the homelandHe is numerically ahead in the struggle for the presidency of Argentina with him 30.7% Of voting intentions in the first round, according to research conducted by Intel Atlas and published by the newspaper Introductory account Friday (September 29, 2023). He is President Alberto Fernandez’s nominee.

Candidate from La Libertad advances that it winner Of the country’s primaries, Javier Miley, appears in second place in the electoral race, with 27.9% of votes. Both are within the margin of error. The first round of the Argentine elections is scheduled to take place on October 22.

The survey interviewed 3,778 people online from September 10 to 20, 2023. The margin of error is 2 percentage points (pp) at a 95% confidence interval.

This was done by the center-right candidate of the Juntos por el Cambio party, Patricia Bullrich 27.7% Of voting intentions. Juan Chiarte (We do it for our country) and Miriam Bregman (Izquierda’s forehead) her straight 4.8% that it 2.1% of votes. Another 3.8% said they did not know, 1.8% were white and 1.4% had no voice.

Bullrich gets the advantage in the second round

In a scenario against the current Minister of Economy, 44.9% said they would vote for Bullrich, while 34.9% would choose Massa. The sum of undecided, undecided, and undecided is 20.2%. Against Miley, the Juntos por el Cambio candidate received 36.8% of voting intentions while the right-wing candidate received 31.5%. Another 31.7% answered that they did not know, blank or empty.

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Atlas Intel research also suggests that Javier Milei will beat Sergio Massa in a potential second round. According to the poll, the winner of the country’s primary elections receives 43.5% of voting intentions in this scenario, compared to 37.5% for the current candidate for the Argentine president. Whites, empty-nesters and undecideds make up 19%.