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Sunday, May 21, 2006
By Steven L. Taylor

Via Anugus Reid Consultants: President Uribe Tops 60% Mark in Colombia:

Álvaro Uribe is heavily favoured to win this Sunday’s presidential election in Colombia, according to a poll by Invamer Gallup. 61.2 per cent of respondents would vote for the incumbent.

Former Constitutional Court president Carlos Gaviria of the Democratic Independent Pole (PDI) is second with 20.4 per cent, followed by Organization of American States (OAS) ambassador Horacio Serpa of the Liberal Party (PL) with 13.7 per cent. Antanas Mockus of the Visionary Party (PV), Carlos Rincón of the Colombian Community and Communal Political Movement (MPCCC), and Enrique Parejo of Democratic Revival (RD) are also contending.

It is no surprise that Uribe is in the lead, as I expect him to win in the first round. It is interesting that the PL candidate is in third place.

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