Colombia: Survey gives Rodolfo Hernandez a slight advantage over Gustavo Petro before the second round.

candidate for Colombian Presidency by Anti-Corruption Governors Association, Rodolfo Hernandez, It has a vote intent of 46.4%, according to the measurement by Guarumo and EcoAnalĂ­tica Measurement and Economic Concepts. Gustavo Pietro of the Historical Charter, It has 43.3% of preferences, and lies 3.1 percentage points below. Meanwhile, 8.4% will vote blank.

Before the first stage of the vote, in the event of the second round on June 19, Petro will get 45.2% and Hernandez 41.5%, according to the study published Sunday in the Colombian newspaper El Tiempo.

Areas led by the candidate for the Association of Anti-Corruption Leaders are Antioquia and the coffee areaIt has 57.2% of preferences. in the area East CenterHernandez reaches 60.3% of voting intentions.

in Bogota, the historic charter candidate leads 52.8%. In the Atlantic coast It also leads with 56.8% favoritism. Meanwhile, in the part Southwestthe propensity for Petro is 59.1%.

The survey was conducted between 1 and 4 June. 1,958 people were consulted and a margin of error of 2.5%.

Show different measurement results National Counseling Center (CNC) It is broadcast this Saturday in Semana magazine. According to the commission, if the second round were today, the leftist candidate Petro would get 44.9% of the vote, and the leader of the Governors Anti-Corruption League would get 41%.

9.4% of those interviewed did not know or did not answer, 3% would vote in blank and 1.7% for either candidate. The research was conducted between May 31 and June 2 in 50 municipalities in all regions of Colombia, with 2,172 face-to-face interviews. The error rate in the study was 2.1% as can be read in the data sheet.

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Former presidential candidate for Center for Hope Alliance, Sergio Fajardos Hernandez, this week sought an approach. However, both leaders Did not reach an agreement. The presidential candidate now said those meetings were a “compliment, but that’s over now.”

“They want to change the program that won the whole. Since our program won, we have to implement it because it is backed by the six million Colombians who voted for it,” Hernandez told Noticias Caracol on Saturday.

In Sunday’s election, Petro won 40.3% of the vote. Hernandez came in second with 28.1%. In third place was the government-backed right-wing candidate, Federico GutierrezWith 23.9% of those who are also On the same Sunday, he announced his support for Hernandez.

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