Tuesday, October 15 2013 @ 12:24 AM UTC
Contributed by: Anonymous
The Democratic Change Presidential candidate, José Domingo Arias, leads the voting intention of Panama with 36%, going down 1 point in relation to last month, according to the Dischter and Neira survey.
On the other hand, the presidental candidate for the Panamanian party, Juan Carlos Varela, is on second place with 27% of the votes, while the presidential candidate for the PRD, Juan Carlos Navarro, fell to third place with 22%.
According to the figures, Varela rose 5 points and Navarro 2 in the last month.
The number of "undecided" went down to 11% in the survey made by Dichter and Neira.
Meanwhile, the survey for mayor of Panama is led by José Luis Fabrega of the PRD with 33%, followed by José Bladon of the Panamanian party with 27%, and Roxana Mendez of Democratic Change with 26%.
In relation to the previous month, Fabrega rose 8 points, Blandon rose 6 points and Mendez went down 1 point.
The acceptance of President Ricardo Martinelli went down 9 points for this month, going from 69% to 60%, while the government approval also recorded a decline of 3 points, going from 66% to 63%.
40% of the 1200 respondents said they would vote for the current government and 38% said they would vote for the opposition.(La Critica)