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Elections 2024: Yamandú Orsi leads, according to survey

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Elections 2024: Yamandú Orsi leads, according to survey

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The mayor of Canelones leads the survey followed by the mayor of Montevideo, Carolina Cosse

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July 07, 2023 at 20:21

Given the open question of “Who would you prefer to be president in the next term?” with spontaneous response, the most mentioned leader, with 20% is the mayor of Canelones, Yamandú Orsifollowed by the Mayor of Montevideo, Carolina Cosse with 12% and the Secretary of the Presidency, Álvaro Delgado with 10%, according to a latest survey by the consulting firm Cifra.

Laura Raffo appears with 5%, With 3%, former Colorado senator Pedro Bordaberry while Guido Manini Ríos appears with 2%.

Within the FA, Cosse approaches

If the poll is limited to those who would vote for the Broad Front, Orsi maintains the advantage over Cosse but with less difference than in the April poll. In this survey, 38% of the Frente Amplio voters prefer Orsi while 24% prefer Cosse. In the April survey, 44% preferred the mayor of Canelones while 22% preferred the mayor of Montevideo.

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According to survey analysis, “we have to wait for other measurements to see if the growth of Cosse or the fall of Orsi are a trend“.

In the National Party, Delgado leads

On the side of the National Party, the Secretary of the Presidency, Álvaro Delgado, continues to lead with 30% while Laura Raffo follows with 15%.

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“The inmate of the National Party shows another situation under construction, with two pre-candidates who gather more supporterssome possible, but still with low voting intentions, and a group of voters that is not convinced of any“, says the analysis.

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