The surprising scene captured after Argentina’s so-called PASO primary elections, led by right-wing economist Javier Mili to a third, began to reorganize itself after the first impact, according to CNN and polls analyzed. The researchers consulted.
With just a month to go before the August race, who will win the October general election? And who are the potential candidates for a runoff?
First, let’s review the PASO numbers: La Libertad Avanza received 29.8% of the vote, followed by 28% for Change – Patricia Bulrich (16.81%) and Horacio Rodríguez Larreta (11.19%) , and finally, according to the final count of Unión por la Patria, 27.3% -Sergio Massa (21.43%) and Juan Grapois (5.85%)- took.
No need to project that day’s photo into the future. First, because intra-party elections are held and those who voted for a candidate who lost a seat are not guaranteed to vote again within the same party.
According to a recent survey by the Latin American Strategic Center for Geopolitics (Celag), almost 16% of voters are not sure whether they will repeat their vote, and more than 2% are determined to change it.
But the historical trend has been increasing participation in general elections, and absenteeism has been a record.
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