The Va por México alliance is only leading the trends in Baja California Sur and San Luis Potosí, according to Massive Caller.
Less than a month before the June 6 elections, Morena continues to sweep the electoral preferences in 10 of the 15 governorships; despite the scandals, it has had during the war.
According to the demoscopic study by Massive Calle r, the party chaired by Mario Delgado leads the electoral preferences in Baja California, Chihuahua, Colima, Guerrero, Michoacán, Nayarit, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tlaxcala and Zacatecas.
The foregoing despite the confrontations, scandals, and conflicts that Morena has had. For example, the withdrawal of candidacies for Félix Salgado and Raúl Morón for not delivering their pre-campaign reports; or the criticism that David Monreal, candidate for Zacatecas, had for having touched a woman in Juchipala.
Meanwhile, the alliance of the PRI, PAN, and PRD is at the fore in Baja California Sur and San Luis Potosí. In Sinaloa, electoral preferences are led by Morena with Rubén Rocha; however, Va por México contender Mario Zamora is six points behind first place.
The same thing happens in Tlaxcala, where the candidate of this political union, Anabell Ávalos, is less than 3 points behind Lorena Cuéllar, who is the favorite.
The Citizen Movement leads the preferences in Campeche and Nuevo León. In the latter state, the contest is closing between the PRI-PRD alliance, who has Adrián de la Garza as a candidate, and Samuel García. Clashes have arisen between the two politicians.
The PAN goes to the front in Querétaro. The blue and white made an alliance with the PRD in Chihuahua, where they have Maru Campos as a candidate for governor; in this entity, the contest is closed between the PAN and the morenista Juan Carlos Loera.
The poll was conducted on May 9, in which a thousand people were asked “If today were the election to elect governor, which party or candidate would you vote for?”
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- Governors, federal deputies, local deputies, municipal presidents will be elected.
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