The National Victory Party (NV) candidate George Forsyth and left-wing candidate Veronika Mendoza lead the voting intention ahead of Peru's general elections on Abril 11.
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The Institute of Peruvian Studies (IEP) polled 1205 people, 13.3 percent of whom selected Forsyth as the favorite candidate, while 8.2 percent voted for Mendoza (Together Peru party).
Popular Action (AP) candidate Yonhy Lescano placed third with 7.1 percent of the votes, followed by Keiko Fujimori (6.7 percent) from Popular Force (FP).
The fifth position was shared between Go-Ahead Peru (GAP) candidate Hernando de Soto and We can Peru (PP) representative Daniel Urresti with the vote of 5.6 percent of interviewees.
Gaining 4.6 percent of the votes, the center-right Morado Party (PM) candidate Julio Guzman suffered the biggest drop as he was in second place in December.
The Nationalist Party (NP) representative and former President Ollanta Humala (2011-2016), the We're Peru (SP) candidate Daniel Salaverry, and Popular renovation (RP) candidate Rafael Lopez were placed in the final positions.
The IEP survey also showed that 22.6 percent of the respondents answered that they did not prefer any of the candidates, 2.5 percent would annul their vote or leave it blank, and 7.5 percent did not answer.