Chihuahua.- According to the Electoralia polling firm, Morena’s coalition with the Labor Party (PT) and the Green Party has a 57 percent preference and therefore a majority in the next senatorial election in the state.
The coalition of PRI, PAN and PRD came in second place with 37 percent approval, followed by Movimiento Ciudadano with only 2 percent, while the remaining 8 percent said they did not know which one they would vote for.
In the event that the candidates for the Morena senatorship were men, 33 percent said they voted for Juan Carlos Loera, 31 percent for Armando Cabada and 13 percent for Rafael Espino, while 23 percent said not knowing.
Regarding the candidates being women, 40 percent were in favor of Andrea Chávez, 23 percent for Rosana Díaz, 6 percent for Susana Prieto and 321 percent did not know who to vote for.
In the case of the Frente Amplio (PRI; PAN and PRD), the preference for José Reyes Baeza is 27 percent, for Mario Vázquez 19 percent, Mario Mata 13 percent and the remaining 41 percent said they did not know.
While among women for this Frente Amplio, 29 percent said they were in favor of Daniela Álvarez, 18 percent for María Angélica Granados, just 9 percent for Carla Rivas and 44 percent did not have an answer.