Samuel Garcia only candidate from the Citizen Movement (MC), was accepted the second place of preferences Election campaign, according to the polling station Intelligent. The governor of Nuevo León already has a license to participate in the 2024 election campaign, which begins on December 2nd and ends on June 2nd.
According to the survey conducted by Inteligentus, a company registered with the National Electoral Institute (INE), and in response to the question “If the election were today for president of Mexico, which of the following candidates would you vote for?”, Samuel García has 19 percent of the preferences faces the 2024 elections, surpassing Xóchitl Gálvez.
According to statistics, the candidate of the Broad Front for Mexico (PRI-PAN-PRD) has an approval rating of 18 percent. While Claudia Sheinbaum, Morena’s candidate, has 50 percent approval.
The Inteligentus survey was conducted on November 25th A thousand people were interviewed by telephone, both men and women, all of legal age.; Only 13 percent were undecided on the question. The confidence level for this exercise is 95 percent.
Intelligent is one of the largest polling institutes in Mexico and Latin America. “Our platform enables precise measurement of public opinion,” he emphasizes.
On November 28, Samuel García announced his return to the government of Nuevo León and will make his license valid from December 2, when he will dedicate himself to carrying out missionary acts as standard bearer of the designated Movimiento Ciudadano (MC) party, using him as a pre-candidate . Unique since November 19th.
What happens next for the 2024 elections?
In the National Electoral Institute calendar (INE) specifies that the period for the Pre-campaigns It runs from November 20th to January 18th, 2024. After that, there is an interim campaign period that runs from January 19th to February 29th.
read election campaigns begins on March 1 and ends on May 29, 2024. During this period Three debates between the candidates for President of the Republic: April 7 and 28 and May 19, all at 8:00 p.m. and topics such as security, economy, health, anti-corruption and others.
Federal elections will take place on June 2nd in which millions of Mexican men and women will elect the person who will assume executive power from October 1st; In addition, both the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate of the Republic will be renewed.