Morelia, Michoacán. – A survey conducted by Massive Caller reveals an increase in the number of voters who are undecided of their vote for the 2021 gubernatorial election.
According to the data, 28.1 percent of voters have yet to decide on any party to make their suffrage effective. While 24.1 percent indicated that they would vote for Morena, 15.7 percent for the PAN, 10.9 percent for the PRI, 5.3 for the PRD, and 1.5 per Citizen Movement.
It is also shown that another 37.2 percent of respondents do not know which potential candidate they would give their vote to. Another 24.9 percent mentioned that they would vote for Cristóban Arias Solis (Morena), 14.7 percent would vote for Armando Tejeda (PAN), 10.6 percent for Victor Silva Tejeda, 4.8 for Antonio García Conejo (PRD), and 7.8 percent would vote for another candidate.
Around the names that ring in each political party to flag the gubernatorial elections, the poll reveals that, in Acción Nacional Armando Tejeda Cid, it is up to the top of election preferences with 24.5 percent. With very little difference I follow the local deputy, Arturo Hernández Vázquez with 22.4 percent; and in third is the legislator Antonio Salas Valencia.
From the PRI, former leader Victor Silva Tejeda would bring the case according to numbers (29.7 percent), behind is Antonio Ixtláhuac Orihuela (24.3 percent), and Wilfrido Lázaro Medina (18.9).
In the PRD, Senator Antonio García Conejo ranks as the favorite among respondents with 35.3 percent, followed by the Prosecutor of Michoacán, Adrián López Solís, and Carlos Herrera Tello, both with 17.6 percent.
Finally, in morena’s party, Cristobal Arias is above his counterparts with 22.7 percent, while below is Germán Martínez Cázares (16.4 percent), and the capital president, Raúl Morón Orozco (14.8 percent).