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In third place is coup born regime's leader Jeanine Añez, who appears with 10.4 percent support,
A survey conducted by Ciesmori Company Sunday showed that the candidate of the Movement Towards Socialism party, Luis Arce, has 26.2 percent of the intended votes for the next elections in Bolivia, nine points more than his rival Carlos Mesa, who has 17.1 percent.
According to the survey, 32 percent of those interviewed did not indicate for whom they would vote or had not decided on their position.
In third place is coup born regime's leader Jeanine Añez, who leads the Juntos alliance. She appears with 10.4 percent support, which shows a downward trend. Next is Fernando Camacho, from the Creemos front, with 6.9 percent and Chi Hyun Chung, from FPV, with 3.3 percent. Further down are Jorge Quiroga, Maria Cruz Baya, and Feliciano Mamani.
The pollster estimates that Arce will get 37.3 percent of the votes, against 24.2 percent for Mesa and 14.4 percent for Añez. Camacho came in fourth place, with 12.4 percent. It is expected a second round of voting between Arce and Añez.
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