Brunette prepares to win in 4 of the 6 states where there will be elections to renew his governor on June 5, according to the recent newspaper poll The financier.
According to the study, published on Tuesday, Morena registers advantages in voting intention in Hidalgo, Oaxaca, Quintana Roo and Tamaulipas.
While the PAN candidate has the preference in voting intention in Aguascalientes, and in Durango there is still no definite trend, so they report a tie.
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The survey places Julio Menchaca, Morena’s candidate, with 54% of the electoral preferences and Carolina Viggiano, of the PAN-PRI-PRD, with 34% of the preference.
In this entity, Salomón Jara, from Morena-PT-PVEM-PUP, would have 56% of voting intention, while the PRI-PRD candidate, Alejandro Avilés, reports 27%.
The Morena-PT-PVEM-Fuerza por México candidate, Mara Lezama, obtains 44% of the preferences -according to the opinion poll of the newspaper-; the candidate for governor of the PAN-PRD-Confidence for Quintana Roo, Laura Fernández, would register 31% of the vote.
The candidate Américo Villarreal, from Morena-PT-PVEM, registers 49% support, while César Verástegui, from the PAN-PRI-PRD, obtains 39% in the poll.
Teresa Jiménez, candidate of the PAN-PRI-PRD, collects 48% of the voting intentions, while Morena’s candidate, Nora Ruvalcaba, has 35% of the preferences, according to the El Financiero poll.
In Durango, the trend has not yet stopped. The El Financiero poll reports a tie between Esteban Villegas, of the PAN-PRI-PRD, with 46% of the voting intentions, and Marina Vitela, of Morena-PT-PVEM-RSP, with 45%.
For his part, the Reformed newspaper, in its survey published today, reports a minimal difference; recalls that Villegas would have 49% of the voting intentions, while Vitela 45% of the preferences.
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The campaigns will end on June 1, four days before the election. Election day will be June 5.
In Aguascalientes, Hidalgo, Oaxaca and Tamaulipas, only the office of governor will be elected.
In Durango, in addition to the governor, 39 municipal presidencies, 39 unions and 327 councilors will also be included; and in Quintana Roo, 15 deputies will also be elected by relative majority and 10 others by proportional representation.
With information from El Financiero and Reforma.