The presidential candidate George Forsyth continues to be at the top in voting intention polls. According to the latest Ipsos study, presented to the foreign press, it has 16% support.
In second place is Julio Guzmán, with 7%; then, Daniel Urresti and Verónika Mendoza tied with 6%; and the next is Keiko Fujimori, with 5%. Hernando de Soto appears in sixth place, with 4%; then there is another tie between César Acuña and Yohny Lescano with 3%.
At the bottom of the list, with 2% voting intention each, are Ollanta Humala, Alfredo Barnechea, Pedro Castillo and Alberto Beingolea.
In the Others group (7%) are Daniel Salaverry, Fernando Cillóniz, Nilda Vílchez, Richard Arce, Francisco Diez Canseco, Rafael Santos, Andrés Alcántara, Rafael López Aliaga, José Vega and Virgilio Acuña.
18% of respondents said they will vote white or flawed and 17% did not specify.