According to EL FINANCIERO surveys conducted in those states, Morena and his allies lead the primaries for the 2023 elections for governor in the state of Mexico, and are in a statistical tie with the Pan-PRI-PRD coalition in Coahuila.
In both states, Morena captured 46 percent, 8 points above the pan-PRI-PRD alliance in Adomex, which receives 38 percent, and just 2 points up in Coahuila, where Va Por México captures 44 percent. : a statistical tie.
According to the survey in the state of Mexico, Delfina Gómez is the most popular and well-known political personality in the state, with 33 percent positive opinion and 74 percent knowledge. They are followed by PRI members Ana Lilia Herrera and Alejandra del Moral, who have a positive opinion of 26 and 25 percent, and a knowledge level of 61 and 64 percent. Morenista senator Higginio Martinez receives 19 percent of the positive opinion and 61 percent of the knowledge level.
Asked who she’d like to be Murray’s candidate for governor, Delfina Gomez stands out among the general population with 29 percent of mentions, more than double that of second-placed, Higginio Martínez, with 12 percent. Among Murray’s supporters, Delfina’s advantage is 3 to 1, with 47 percent favoring the teacher, compared to 15 percent for Senator Martinez.
On the side of the opposition coalition, those who stand out in the preferences of the general population are Ana Lilia Herrera and Alejandra del Moral, with 19 and 17 percent. Among supporters of PAN, PRI and PRD, Herrera secured 37 percent of the preferences, while del Moral 23 percent.
In a hypothetical confrontation with Delfina Gómez as the standard-bearer for Murray and her allies, Ana Lilia Herrera from the Pan-PRI-PRD coalition, and Juan Zepeda, as the MC candidate, Gómez led the preferences with 43 percent. So, Herrera is ranked down 7 points with 36 percent, and Zepeda holds 13 percent.
In Coahuila, the most popular political figures are PRI member Manolo Jiménez and PAN member Guillermo Anaya. Jimenez has 37 percent positive opinion and 69 percent knowledge, while Anya gets 36 percent positive opinion and 78 percent knowledge.
With 22 percent support among the general population and 38 percent among supporters of the PAN, PRI and PRD, Jiménez led the priorities of being the coalition’s candidate.
Morenista Armando Guadiana, on the other hand, has 33 percent favorable opinion and 78 percent knowledge, and leads the preferences for being Morena’s candidate, with 25 percent among the general population and 45 percent among Morenistas.
In a hypothetical confrontation, Jiménez and Guadiana find themselves in a statistical tie with 42 and 43 percent of the support, respectively, while some MC candidates, still unknown, capture 10 percent.
Methodology: Telephone survey of 600 adults in the state of Mexico from June 13 to 16, 2022. A prospective sample of residential and cell phones were taken. With a confidence level of 95%, the margin of error of the estimates is +/- 4.0 percent.
Methodology: Telephone survey of 600 adults in Coahuila from June 13 to 16, 2022. A prospective sample of residential and cell phones were taken. With a confidence level of 95%, the margin of error of the estimates is +/- 4.0 percent.
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