GlobalSheinbaum leads a survey with Mexico's presidential candidates with 48%

Sheinbaum leads a survey with Mexico’s presidential candidates with 48%

Mexico City, Nov 27 (EFE).- The presidential candidate of Mexico’s ruling party, Claudia Sheinbaum, leads with 48% of the support in the survey launched this Monday by the newspaper El Universal, the newspaper’s first carried out with the three candidates. already formalized by their parties.

According to the survey, which was carried out between November 17 and 22 among 1,000 adults, Sheinbaum is 24 points above the pre-candidate of the opposition alliance Fuerza y ​​Corazón por México, Xóchitl Gálvez (24%), and 40 above the profile of the Citizen Movement (MC), Samuel García (8%).

In the previous El Universal survey, in October, the candidate of the ruling National Regeneration Movement (Morena) was placed with 50% of the preferences at a distance of 30 percentage points with respect to Gálvez, who was the option chosen by 20%. .

Although Movimiento Ciudadano had not announced its candidate, the poll gave García, then governor of the northern state of Nuevo León, 7% of the votes.

In the recent opinion study, the actor and independent candidate Eduardo Verástegui, known for his alliances with the international far-right, is not among the options asked, while in the previous edition he received 4% of voting intentions.

Sheinbaum leads the preferences in all age groups, although it obtains more support from people between 30 and 45 years old (55%), and both men (52%) and women (45%).

She also leads in the population segments based on her studies, highlighting the 62% of the votes she would obtain among people who have graduated up to high school (high school or high school in other countries), and she is the candidate who arouses the most good opinions, with a positive balance of +39.

The point of view about García is also positive (+11), while Gálvez collects more negative opinions than positive ones (-3).

In fact, one of the challenges that the survey points out is on the table of Gálvez, the pre-candidate of the coalition between the National Action Party (PAN), the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) and the Democratic Revolution Party (PRD): ” “Make yourself known in a positive way.”

On the other hand, El Universal pointed out in the survey report a “window of opportunity” in the uninformed population so that political campaigns can garner more votes.

Among those surveyed, there are 30.6% who define themselves as uninformed Morenistas and 17.7% as uninformed opponents, a niche targeted by both the pre-candidate of the opposition front and the Citizen Movement.

The survey was conducted in households with a margin of error of 3.53 percentage points and a confidence level of 95%.

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