Thursday, May 27, 2010

Chihuahua Tighter, Puebla the Same

Milenio's May polling for the Chihuahua governorship shows that the PRI's lead shrank from 20 points in April to ten in May, with just below 42 percent saying that they'd vote for César Duarte if the election was tomorrow. Of course, that leaves about a quarter who have yet to make up their mind or are voting for one of the also-rans.

In Puebla, the PRI lead from April to May is unchanged: 9.1 points. However, both candidates advanced by about 11 points, which means the undecided slice of the pie is much, much smaller.

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