According to the most recent EL FINANCIERO poll, Senator Lily Téllez appears as the most sympathetic opposition figure among national voters in January.
Téléz received 29 percent favorable opinion, followed by Margarita Zavala, who registered 26 percent in December, and Emisista Luis Donaldo Colosio Riojas, who dropped 6 points last month, settling with 25 percent, the same as registering PRI member Enrique. Hai de la Madrid and Claudia Ruiz Massieu.
PRI member Beatriz Paredes has 24 percent, Santiago Creel, a PAN member, 22 percent and Alejandro Murat, a PRI member, 21 percent. Emissista Samuel García and PAN members Mauricio Kuri and Ricardo Anaya appear with 19 percent popularity as measured in the December poll, as does Alejandro Alito Moreno, who received 18 percent.
Another emceista, Enrique Alfaro, appears at the bottom of this list of political figures, with a 15 percent favorable opinion at the beginning of the year.
When asked who they preferred as the presidential candidate or the candidate of the pan-PRI-PRD coalition, Lily Téllez stood out among women with 22 percent of mentions, followed by Claudia Ruiz Macieu with 15 percent. Huh. In third place is Beatriz Paredes with 11 percent, and in fourth place is Margarita Zavala with 6 percent.
Among men, Enrique de la Madrid leads with 23 percent of mentions, followed by Santiago Creel with 12 percent, Mauricio Curi with 11 percent, and Alejandro Murat with 7 percent.
The survey shows that the party’s intention to vote for the 2024 presidential elections puts Morena with 45 per cent effective preference, PAN 18 per cent and PRI 17 per cent.
Adding up potential alliances, Morena, PT and PVEM capture 49 per cent, while PAN, PRI and PRD add 39 per cent and MC, 8 per cent.
In the hypothetical scenarios, Lily Tellez, as the Alliance champion, received 27 percent of the preferences, facing Samuel García as the MC candidate, with 13 percent, and Claudia Sheinbaum from Murray-PVEM-PT, with 44 percent. 17 points gap with Sheinbaum on Tellez. If the candidate for Murray and allies was Ebrard, his support fell slightly to 39 percent, with a 12-point advantage over coalitionist Lily Téllez with 27 percent.
And if Murray and allies’ candidate was Adán Augusto López, his support fell to 37 percent, taking a 9-point advantage over Lily Téllez with 28 percent.
In a scenario without alliances, Adán Augusto López, for Morena, leads the preference with 36 percent, followed by PAN Téllez, with 21 percent, PRI de la Madrid, with 20 percent, Samuel García from MC. , with 13 percent, Ricardo Monreal from PVEM, with 6 percent, and Gerardo Fernández Norona, from PT, with 4 percent.
Methodology: A national survey was conducted by telephone to 800 adult Mexicans on January 6-7 and 11, 2023. A prospective sample of residential and cell phones was created in 32 federal entities. With a confidence level of 95%, the margin of error of the estimates is +/- 3.5 percent.
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