The latest data from the surveys conducted in Peru for the 2021 Presidential Elections, which will take place on Sunday, April 11, are already known.. In the polls conducted by IPSOS and IEP, which ended their polls on Sunday, April 4, there is a division in the top favorites for victory.
These presidential elections are expected to suffer the consequences of the coronavirus and there may be a decrease in the vote of the country’s population compared to other years. At the gates of the elections, there is still great uncertainty as to who may end up presiding over the country for the next few years.
Keiko Fujimo is the candidate who has been gaining preference in recent weeks. IPSOS and Datum polls coincide in placing the daughter of former President Alberto Fujmori in first place with a 12.9% of the votes.
Yohny Lescano is the candidate who is positioned as the maximum force to compete for the maximum number of votes together with Fujimori. With a 12.8% of the valid votes is very close to the voting intention of the Peruvian people.
Third is López Aliaga (12.4%), and behind him stands Castillo (11.4%), De Soto (10.1%) Y Mendoza (8.3%). In seventh place I would go Forsyth with the 7.7% of the votes, being one of the candidates that at the beginning of 2021 occupied the first place of the surveys carried out.
The Elections come at one of the most critical moments for Peru in its coronavirus process, so everything is in the air. From the participation that may exist in the country as the candidate who will finish in the first place.