Mexico City, Mexico — With the Mexican presidential elections only days away, the latest political survey shows that Andrés Manuel López Obrador remains in the lead.
The results of the survey show that not only is he in the lead, he has gained significant points since the last survey taken a month ago. The latest poll results published by Consulta Mitofsky show that Andrés Manuel has gained an 18-point lead against his closest rival.
Not far behind remains Ricardo Anaya, who was also the second leading candidate in a different poll released last month, however, this time Anaya did not gain points as much as simply remained where he was.
PRI’s José Antonio Meade Kuribreña recovered a few points, however. The slight gain has seem him inch closer to Anaya, but still, he remains a third choice among Mexican voters.
Overall, the results of those surveyed in the poll show that Andrés Manuel López Obrador remains the leader, capturing nearly 38 percent of the gross voters, while Anaya has 20 percent, Meade 18 percent and Bronco, 3 percent.
Approximately 22 percent of those polled say they are still uncertain who they will vote for.