Mexico City, Mexico — The PRI candidate of the coalition All for Mexico, José Antonio Meade, did not win in any of the 300 districts around the country.
Even in Baja California and Tabasco where he was thought strong, the PRI received less than 10 percent of the votes, according to the Preliminary Results Program (PREP).
The analysis of researcher Sebastián Garrido de Sierra of the Center for Economic Research and Teaching reports that Andrés Manuel López Obrador, candidate of Morena, won in 91.3 percent of the districts, while Ricardo Anaya of the Front obtained 8.7 percent.
Regarding the number of municipalities won, López Obrador was victorious in 80.2 percent with Anaya takign 11.5 percent and Meade 8.2 percent.
The PAN won in Guanajuato with 40.5 percent of the votes, while Andrés Manuel López Obrador won in 31 entities of the country. In Tabasco, Lopez Obrador’s home state, he won 8 out of ten votes, placing him with the greatest margin of advantage over his competitors.
In Tabasco, Meade won 8.6 percent and Anaya, 7.9 percent.
So far, PREP figures show López Obrador’s victory in 13 states exceeded 60 percent of the electoral preference of Baja California, Baja California Sur, Campeche, Chiapas, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Morelos, Nayarit, Oaxaca, Quintana Roo, Sinaloa, Tabasco and Tlaxcala.