Argentina: Javier Mille leads the polls with 32% of the vote

Javier Mili, president of La Libertad Avanza.

BUENOS AIRES.- The first results of the provisional vote count confirmed the versions already circulating since the close of voting: Javier Milei, the leader of La Libertad Avanza, won as the presidential candidate with the most votes, with 32.57% of the vote.

The preliminary data shakes the political world and anticipates a radical change in the October election scenario.

In his first attempt as a candidate for the Rivadavia chair (he was elected national vice-president in 2021), the libertarian economist was able to take advantage of widespread dissatisfaction with the country’s economic and social situation.

That’s higher than most public opinion polls estimate.

According to the provisional count, Sergio Massa, representative of the Union Por La Patria, is in second place individually. Union for Homeland got 25.48%.

As expected, the economy minister won easily over his internal rival, Juan Grapois, who—as expected—couldn’t hold on to much of Kirchnerism’s hardline vote.

The Juntos por El Campio detainee, who attracted the most attention during the campaign, is the winner of former defense minister Patricia Bulrich (16.99%), who is almost 7 points ahead of the head of government from Buenos Aires, Horacio. Rodríguez Larreta (10.61%).

Juan Schieretti, from Hacemos por el país, consolidated 5.20% with a good performance in Córdoba.

The most “hard” sectors of the PRO, popularly known as the “hawks”, received good news from the city of Buenos Aires, where Jorge Macri defeated the political ally of Rodríguez Lauretta, Martín Lusteo, in the race for the post of head of government. . (Infobae)

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