More than a year after the process of the 2023 presidential elections begins, with the initial stoppage of the PASO, the internal tension experienced by the two main coalitions, largely precisely because of that electoral bid, the poll war to test those fights is unleashed.
Clarion agreed this Sunday to a new national survey that puts the focus on the front of all Y Together for Change and even puts the focus on a particular duel: Horacio Rodríguez Larreta vs. Javier Miles.
The study is from CIGPa small consulting firm that has been measuring and disseminating its forecasts for the elections in recent years. For those of 2021, He was close with his numbers for the generals in the two Buenos Aires.
Made a survey of 1,530 cases, in the AMBA and main cities of the interior, between April 11 and 16. And he presented the results with +/- 2.5% margin of error.
In it officialismas almost all public opinion studies today tend to point out, Cristina Kirchner prevails. In PvC the spread of numbers is larger. In this case, there is a even stage between the head of government, the former president Mauricio Macri and the owner of the PRO, Patricia Bullrich.
Christina vs. Albert and Albert vs. Massa
When measuring the electoral pulse in the front of all, CIGP proposed two “hand in hand”, alternately using the three main pillars of the Government: the aforementioned vice president, plus Alberto Fernandez Y Serge Massa.
“In the event of the following internal party to elect a candidate for the presidency of the Nation in 2023. Who would you vote for?posed the study.
Last CIGP national survey: how an intern would fare in the Frente de Todos.
When she put the President and the Vice President face to face, Cristina won twice: 44% to 22%. She completed 20% “undecided” and 14% “none”.
Then, he confronted Fernandez with Massa. And he won the President, also of course but not by much: 34% to 23%, with 27% “undecided” and 16% “none”.
Macri vs. Larreta and Larreta vs. Bullrich
Within Together for Change, the pollster also asked about two duels. and they both had tight resultwithin the margin of error.
In the first case, Macri prevailed over Larreta by two points: 40% to 38%, with 12% “none” and 10% “undecided.”
Last CIGP national survey: how an intern would come out in Together for Change.
In the second case, the head of government beat Bullrich by the same difference: 42% to 40%, with 10% “none” and 8% “undecided.”
Larreta vs. Miley
By last, CIGP measured an internal between Larreta and the ascendant Milei. as it is already counting Clarion, the figure of the libertarian economist has been generating a lot of noise in Together for Change. One sector, the toughest of the PRO, proposes that its eventual entry be debated. The UCR, on the other hand, does not want to know anything.
Last CIGP national survey: how would an intern between Larreta and Milei come out.
In this context, the consultant asked the respondents from Together for Change and the libertarians and Larreta prevailed: 50% to 33%, with 10% “undecided” and 7% “none.”