Leftist presidential candidate Veronika Mendoza edged up in a poll ahead of Sunday's election in Peru but remains in a technical tie for second with Wall Street favorite Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, according to a survey from Datum seen by a source on Thursday.
Center-right Keiko Fujimori maintains a wide lead with 43 percent of valid votes, which excluded likely blank and spoiled ballots in a mock vote, but that would not be enough to avoid a run-off. The survey from April 4-6 has a 2.2 percent margin of error.
(Reporting by Teresa Cespedes; Editing by James Dalgleish)
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Published Date: Apr 08, 2016 00:16 AM | Updated Date: Apr 08, 2016 00:16 AM