The candidate’s percentage varies from 31.1% to 35% of votes in polls; If results are confirmed, voting will take place in a second round
Javier Milei (La Libertad Avanza) continues to lead Argentina’s presidential race, according to the latest voting intention polls. The 1st round of the election takes place in just over 1 month, on October 22nd. Election must go to the 2nd round.
According to a survey by consultancy Analogías, released on September 7, Milei has 31.1% of the votes. In 2nd place comes the Minister of Economy, Sergio Massa (Unión por la Patria), with 28.1%. The former Minister of Security, Patricia Bullrich (Juntos por el Cambio), has 21.2%. Here is the full study (PDF – 881 kB).
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Telephone interviews were carried out with 2,398 people, from 24 Argentine provinces, from September 3rd to 5th. The margin of error is plus or minus 2 percentage points and the confidence level is 95%.
Another study previously carried out by Opinaia shows Milei with a wider advantage. The politician appears with 35% of the votes, against 25% for Massa and 23% for Bullrich.
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The study was published on September 3 by the newspaper Clarion. In total, 2,000 voters were interviewed from August 15th to 23rd. The margin of error is plus or minus 2.2 percentage points.
For the electoral race to end in the 1st round, a candidate must obtain 45% of the votes or at least 40% and an advantage of 10 percentage points in relation to 2nd place. Thus, according to data from the two companies, the elections should go to the 2nd round, scheduled for November 19th.
WHO IS IT Mile
Javier Gerardo mercy He is 52 years old, has a degree in economics and led the primary election on August 13, 2023, with 30.4% of the votes in the dispute for the Presidency of Argentina. He is on the right of the ideological political spectrum, with liberal ideas on the economy. He advocates closing the country’s Central Bank, doing away with the peso and using the US dollar as the local currency.
The candidate is running for Casa Rosada through the “La Libertad Avanza” coalition (in Portuguese, Freedom Advances). Milei defines herself as “anarcho-capitalist” e “libertarian” – is against State interference in society and in favor of the free market system. He says his program will be a “chainsaw” to cut public spending. He claims that global warming is a lie, is in favor of the sale of organs and defends the non-compulsory education system.
Read more here about who the presidential candidates are in the October 22, 2023 election in Argentina.