Toledo leads new poll with 33.1 percent


Toledo keeps leading polls with 33.1 percent, according to IMA
Toledo is almost thirteen points ahead of Castañeda and Keiko Fujimori, according to IMA. (Photos: El Comercio)

Alejandro Toledo leads the latest poll made public with 33.1 percent of vote intention, according to IMA, reported El Comercio.

The ex president dropped 1.1 percent in comparison to the previous survey made by the same company.

Luis Castañeda comes in second with 22.4 percent, and Keiko Fujimori third with 20.2 percent.

Ollanta Humala has 7.9 percent this time, and Pedro Pablo Kuczynski 6.9 percent, almost as twice as in prior surveys.

The rest of the other candidates sum up 1.8 percent, meanhwile there is a 7.7 percent of blank ballot votes.

The survey was conducted on February 5-7 in the city of Lima and Callao province; 519 people were between 18 and 70 years were surveyed.