Colombian presidential candidates Gustavo Petro (Human Colombia) and Iv?n Duque (Democratic Center) are in a technical tie in voting intentions for the next presidential elections in May, according to a survey conducted by the National Center of Consultancy (CNC) and released by CM&.
According to the survey, Petro, a former mayor of Bogot?, leads with 21%, trailed by senator Duque, with 18%. The difference is within the margin of error, which is 3.6 percentual points above or below.
In third place comes Sergio Fajardo, from Coalici?n Colombia, with 12%, while Marta Luc?a Ram?rez is in fourth place, with 11%. Below the 10% voting intention are the former vice president of the government of Juan Manuel Santos, Germ?n Vargas Lleras, with 7%, and the former negotiator in peace talks with the guerrillas, Humberto de la Calle, with 4%.
Colombian voters go to polls Sunday to elect a new Congress.