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2014 Elections: Latest Poll Puts Araya Back On Top

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With a little over two weeks to go, the Partido Liberación Nacional (PLN) candidate, Johnny Araya, is back on top in the latest poll by CID-Gallup for Repretel.

cid-gallupAccording to the poll, 39% of decided voters support Araya, while 26% support the Frente Amplio candidate, José María Villata and 18% support the Movimiento Libertario candidate, Otto Guevara.

In December a poll by the Political Studies and Investigation Centre of the Universidad de Costa Rica (UCR put Villalta slightly ahead of Araya. Click here for the report.

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Following are the candidates for the Partido Acción Cuidadana (PAC), Luis Guillermo Solís, with 7% and the candidate for the Partido Unidad Social Cristiana (PUSC), Rodolfo Piza, with only 5% of the decided vote.

The poll was taken between January 8 and 13, taking in the response of 1.215 people and with a margin of error of 3.24%.

Under Costa Rica’s election rules, a winner must have 40% or greater of the vote. If the elections were held today, neither of top two candidates would have a clear win, forcing a run off elections in April.

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