The results were broadcast by América Televisión minutes after 8 pm. They show a technical tie.
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Rafael López Aliaga and Daniel Urresti meet in technical tie. (Image: GEC)
This Sunday, October 2, at 5 in the afternoon, the voting tables were closed and the results were known exit urn (electoral flash) for the Mayor's Office of Lima, and, in general, of the 2022 municipal and regional elections , from Ipsos for América Televisión and Canal N.
The study shows Rafael López Aliaga (Popular Renewal) with 26.8% and Daniel Urresti (Podemos Peru) with 25.8%; that is, they are in a technical tie.
Meanwhile, George Forsyth (Somos Perú) gets 19.4%, Elizabeth León (Front of Hope) 8.7%, Omar Chehade (Alliance for Progress) 7.5%, Gonzalo Alegría (Together for Peru) 6.5%, María Elena Soto ( Avanza País) 4.1% and Yuri Castro (Perú Libre) 1.2%.
The exit of the ballot box reveals the trend in voting. It is a close up of the final results.
The exit poll was conducted this Sunday outside the polling places, in all regions of the country. A sample of randomly selected voters was asked how they voted.
The results of the quick count will be known later. These will be broadcast by América Televisión and Canal N when the counting of votes is finished at the polling stations in all regions of the country. There will be a representative sample that will allow estimating the official results.
Peruvians elected 13,032 authorities this Sunday, including governors, deputy governors, regional councilors, mayors, and provincial and district councillors. It was expected that 24.7 million voters would go to the polls.
Metropolitan Lima has 7.5 million voters, representing 31% of the electoral roll . The districts with the highest rate of voters are San Juan de Lurigancho, San Martín de Porres and Ate, with 10.4%, 7% and 6.2%, respectively.
Meanwhile, 102 international observers were accredited by the National Elections Jury (JNE) to participate in different missions and delegations that verified the development of the elections.