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Colosio appears in third place in the ‘Reforma’ survey towards 2024; Ebrard and Sheinbaum are 1-2

Luis Donaldo Colosio, Mayor of Monterrey, appeared in third place in a poll by the newspaper Reforma “heading for 2024”, behind the Chancellor Marcelo Ebrard and the head of Government, Claudia Sheinbaum, and above the PAN Ricardo Anaya.


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The exercise sparked multiple comments on social media, where several said they were surprised.

However, in party preferences Brunette reaches up to 45%, while the PAN has 20%, the PRI 19% and Movimiento Ciudadano – to which Colosio belongs – has 5%.

Reform highlights that it ‘exceeds Ebrard’, referring to appearing with one point more than the head of government: 31% have him and 30% she, although by margin of error it would practically be a tie. Morena considers doing a survey to define her candidate.

While, Colosio has 27% and Anaya 16%. In the background appear Ricardo Monreal with 12%, Samuel García with 10% and Alfredo del Mazo with 10%.

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When reviewing the methodology, it was specified that it was a national survey on housing of a thousand adults prepared by Grupo Reforma from November 24 to 28.

59% of those interviewed would prefer that in 2024 a candidate who gives continuity to AMLO’s project wins, against 33% who think about a change of course.

Regarding possible alliances, 61% prefer that there is no opposition coalition.

Regarding positive opinion, Reforma assures that Ebrard, Sheinbaum and Colosio Riojas -son of the former presidential candidate- have the same: 25%. But the negatives of Ebrard and Sheinbaum are greater than those of the emecist, who instead has a higher percentage of ignorance, with 44%.

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Colosio has not commented on the survey but early published: “We are responsible for our future, let’s make things happen. Let’s work hard and as a team to achieve great results and drive a better future”. When asked if he has plans to run for the Presidency, he said that his priority is to govern Monterrey.

Here are some of the comments that were made in networks and that returned to Colosio trending topic this Thursday:

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