Peru Election 2006

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Comment on APOYO Exit Poll: Election Decided in Lima

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If there is a single fact that jumps out of the APOYO exit poll it is the low level of support for Ollanta Humala in Lima. In the first round, Humala won 24 percent of the vote in Lima. According to this exit poll, he has only improved his vote by 13 points to 36.9 percent. By contrast, Garcia has improved his vote almost threefold, from 22 to 63.1 percent. Lima represents 5 million voters. The only department where Humala did worse was La Libertad in the “solid north.”

Written by Michael Ha

June 4th, 2006 at 4:22 pm

Posted in Political Parties

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