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Northern Nicaragua has 61.4 percent voting intention for Sandinistas

Northern Nicaragua has 61.4 percent voting intention for Sandinistas

Managua, Aug 4 (Prensa Latina) The ruling Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) has a voting intention of 61.4 percent heading into the November general elections in two departments of northern Nicaragua, a poll revealed here on Tuesday.
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Just 96 days before the elections, the opinion study of the national firm M&R Consultores showed that in Matagalpa the red-black organization has the support of 66.8 percent of people interviewed, which amounted to 4,106 voters, equivalent to a voters’ universe of 696 thousand 467 citizens.

In the neighboring department of Jinotega, 53.8 percent of those surveyed affirmed they will vote in box number two (FSLN).

Regarding the willingness to participate in the democratic act, 74.5 percent responded they will probably vote, said Raúl Obregón, manager of the polling firm.

Regarding the quality of the vote, M&S Consultores defined that Sandinismo has in its favor 40 percent of the hard vote (safe) in Jinotega, while in Matagalpa that indicator is 36.2 percentage points.

According to the Nicaraguan Electoral Law, a party or alliance will be declared the winner with 35 percent of the valid votes if it has a five percent advantage over the second most voted force.

On November 7, some 4.7 million Nicaraguans will be able to vote for the presidential formula, the 92 deputies of the National Assembly (Legislative) and the 20 of the Central American Parliament.

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