Saturday 18 September 2021

Alvarados in “Technical” Tie

One third of Costa Ricas say they will not be voting on April 1

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With eight days to the polls, Carlos Alvarado of the Partido Acción Ciudadana (PAC) and Fabricio Alvarado of Restauración Nacional (PRN) maintain a ‘technical’ tie.

This is revealed in the latest survey of the Center for Research and Political Studies of the University of Costa Rica (UCR) published by the Semanario Universidad.

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According to the poll, Fabricio Alvarado has 43% of the preference and Carlos Alvarado 42%. The number of undecided also dropped in the last few weeks, now at 15%.

The poll also indicates one third (31%) of voters will not be voting on Sunday, April 1. Abstention in first round voting on February 4 was 34%. In 2014, abstentionism was 43.3%.

Fabricio Alvarado, asked his followers not to trust for the results of the poll.

Source (in Spanish): Semanario Universidad

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