Argentinian Presidential Candidate Alberto Fernández’s Lead Increases

According to the survey, Fernández/Kirchner can expect more than 53 percent of the votes, while for Macri/Pichetto only 32 percent are forecast. This means that the lead since the primary elections on August 11th has increased by more than five percentage points.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The slate with election candidates Alberto Fernández (for president) and Cristina Kirchner (for vice president) now has a lead of over 21 percentage points over that featuring current President Mauricio Macri and his running mate Miguel Ángel Pichetto. The figures are based on a survey conducted by the Gustavo Córdoba polling institute on September 13th and 14th involving 2,200 people.

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