Peruvian elections: Exit poll shows technical tie between four presidential candidates

More than 25 million voters were called to vote in these general elections to elect the president, two vice-presidents, and the new Congress.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Presidential candidates Pedro Castillo, Hernando de Soto, Keiko Fujimori, and Yonhy Lescano were the most voted in the Peruvian elections held this Sunday in Peru, according to an exit poll published just after the polling stations closed, which shows a difference between them that is less than the margin of error.

The sample, carried out by the company Ipsos and published by the channels América and Canal N of the Peruvian television, and which will be the only one published later at night in the country, has a margin of error +/- 3 %.

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