RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The margin between the two Peruvian presidential candidates, Pedro Castillo and Keiko Fujimori, has narrowed to five percentage points, 41% and 36% respectively, according to a poll of voting intentions published less than a month before the second round.
According to Datum's poll, Fujimori has risen two points since the end of April, the same percentage that Castillo has dropped. However, the percentages of the white vote and undecided voters remain the same, at 11 and 12%.
The director of Datum, Urbi Torrado, explained that it could not be said that there is a tendency . . .