Will Argentina Elections Halt Shift to Right-Wing Governments in Latin America?

According to a poll conducted by research institute Opina after the first television debate among all candidates, Alberto Fernández currently attracts some 52 percent of the electorate, while Mauricio Macri only gets 32 percent.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In current surveys in Argentina, the candidate of the Peronist camp, Alberto Fernández, is still 20 percentage points ahead of the incumbent president Mauricio Macri.

According to a study conducted by the Opina opinion research institute after the first television debate among all candidates, Fernández currently . . .

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