Polls Elections Step 2021 | What candidates and parties would win in Buenos Aires Province?


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A survey carried out by the Elections Consultative Observatory from August 20 to 23 was able to find out what the intention of votes is to elect national deputies for the Primary, Open, Simultaneous and Compulsory (STEP).

Together for Change was the dominant party in the residents of Buenos Aires about their intention to vote in the PASO for the political space.

According to the surveys, the results are as follows: The results say that the 40% will vote for Together for Change and 36% will vote for the Front of All. 3% for Vamos con Vos and Avanza Libertad. The left front 2%. 5% said they would do it in another space, to none, or they will vote blank. Finally, 11% said they did not know.

When asked about the intention to vote in the primaries by candidate, she came out as the winner Victoria Tolosa Paz (35%), Followed by Diego Santilli (26%). In third place was Facundo Manes (18%), later Florencio Randazzo (5%) and then José Luis Espert (with 4%); while 7% said they did not know who they would vote for.

The sample is made up of 1,276 people over 16 years of age who live in private homes with a landline or mobile phone, stratified by region and ordered by sex and age group.

According to the Observatory of Electoral Advisers, the credibility of this survey is 95%. The areas where the survey was conducted were divided into the following three areas:

First section (Escobar, Hurlingham, Ituzaingó, José C. Paz, Luján, Malvinas Argentinas, Merlo, Moreno, Morón, Pilar, San Fernando, San Isidro, San Martín, San Miguel, Tigre, Tres de Febrero and Vicente López),

Third Section (Almirante Brown, Avellaneda, Berazategui, Esteban Echeverría, Ezeiza, Florencio Varela, La Matanza, Lanús, Lomas de Zamora, Pte. Perón, Quilmes and San Vicente).

Interior (La Plata and Gran La Plata, Mar del Plata and Gran Mar del Plata, Bahía Blanca, Junín, Los Toldos, Olavarría, Pergamino, San Nicolás, San Pedro, Tandil, Zarate-Campana).

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