The far right Javier Milei could be the winner of the elections Argentina which will be held within a month. However, the results would be very close, according to a survey by the Latin American Strategic Center for Geopolitics (CELAG), which gives him 33.2% of the votes while his opponent, Sergio Massawould be just one point lower, with 32.2%.
Not too far away, with 28.1%, we would find Patricia Bullrich. With these data, very similar to those of the primaries in which Milei won, it would be necessary to go to a second round of the country’s elections.
The survey of CELAGcarried out in September with more than 2,500 people throughout Argentina, concludes that 80% of citizens will repeat the vote they put in the ballot box in the primaries, compared to 15.9% of undecided people and a small group that would change their ballot. , 2.6%.
The weaknesses of the candidates is another of the questions that the study answers. For Milei, from the La Libertad Avanza party (LLA), 30.4% maintain that it is characterized by its violence; 21.2% describe him as lazy or unwilling to make an effort and 19.7% call him sexist. Furthermore, 58% of the people questioned see him as unstable, compared to 37.7% who believe that he is an authentic and brave person.
As for Massa, from the Frente Renovador, 32.7% believe that failure is his greatest weakness; 23.7% point to distrust, and 19.1%, to lie. Finally, 30.4% identify the Republican Proposal candidate, Patricia Bullrich, with the repression; For 27.7% it is synonymous with bad management and 15.8% define it as “mafia”.
When asked about the way in which they consider the political class, 37.2% consider that the candidates are part of a breed and maintains that it would be better for “common people” to govern, compared to a majority of respondents, 60%, who do not agree with this and believe that there are only good and bad politicians, as occurs in any other social sphere.