LIMA (Reuters) – Far left candidate Pedro Castillo is leading the Peruvian presidential race, according to a fast count conducted by pollster Ipsos, with conservative Keiko Fujimori in second place.
Ipsos said a fast count of 69.1% ballots from around the country showed Castillo had won 18.6% of the vote and Fujimori had won 14.5%, meaning both would go to a second round of the vote in June. Ipsos said its findings had a one-point margin of error.
Far left candidate Pedro Castillo leads Peruvian presidential race: Ipsos fast count
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