Fujimori climbs, but Castillo remains favorite in voting intentions in Peru

Voters in favor of Castillo are majority in the center (65%), south (65%) and east (62%) of the country, while Fujimori's voters are in Lima (50%) and the north (33%).

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A new poll of voting intentions by Datum shows that right-wing candidate Keiko Fujimori has increased her support to 34%, against left-wing favorite Pedro Castillo, with 44% of voting intentions, for the second round of the presidential election in Peru on June 6th.

The drop in the percentage of undecided voters seems to have favored the rise of Fujimori, the Fuerza Popular candidate, who also enjoys strong support in the city of Lima, the most populous in the country, while Castillo holds the lead in votes from the country's center and south regions . . .

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