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Dominican Republic: Gallup Survey-Luis Abinader 53.7%, Gonzalo Castillo 35.5% and Leonel Fernández 8.6%

The Gallup-Hoy survey says that in the vicinity of the presidential and congressional elections of July 5, preferences are inclined towards Luis Abinader, presidential candidate of the Modern Revolutionary Party (PRM), since 53.7% of the population would vote for him, a 35.5% by Gonzalo Castillo, from the Dominican Liberation Party (PLD), and 8.6% by former President Leonel Fernández, from La Fuerza del Pueblo (FP).

This study was conducted from June 12 to 16. For the candidate Guillermo Moreno, from the Alianza País Party (AlPAIS), 1.3% of the consulted population would pay.

The data from this survey indicates that 95.7% of those who sympathize with his party, 27% of those who identify with the Dominican Revolutionary Party (PRD) and 35% of those who favor the Christian Social Reformist Party would vote for Abinader. (PRSC). 

Likewise, 58% of adults between 18 and 24 years old and 25 to 34 years old, 56.9% of men and 50% of women.

As for Castillo, the fighter candidate, 89% of those who sympathize with the PLD, 60% of those who have a preference for the PRD and 50% of those who favor the PRSC would vote for him. Also 40% of women and 31% of men, and 39% of adults 55 and over.

For Fernández, three times President of the Republic, 80% of those who identify with the FP would pay, 14% of those who sympathize with the PRSC, an organization that is allied with that party; 12% of those who are linked to the PRD and 4% of those who are inclined towards the PLD, a party to which it belonged until 2019. 13% of the segment of 35 to 44 years would vote for it, 9% of men and 7% of women.

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