The appointment of polls on October 22 involves the presentation of scenarios and, above all, calculations that all the predictions predicted will fail. Creating the need for a second phase. This is because of the Argentine presidential elections that will win the first round you need to get 45% of votes, that is, 15,450,000 votes
This is the list of basic requirements to be crowned a winner. At the same time, Argentina’s electoral system establishes that all citizens between 18 and 70 years old are obliged to vote and voting is mandatory. According to Argentina’s Electoral Political Observatory, 34,332,992 people will be able to choose their favorite candidate this October.
This is how surveys work
However, as shown by data from the Latin American Strategic Center for Geopolitics (CELAG), Javier Milei has at least 33% voting intention and remained forward, while on his heels Sergio Massa with 32.2% it goes further Patricia Bullrich with 28.1%. However, Milei has no calculations to occupy the Casa Rosada, he is far from the 45% of the votes needed to win the election in the first vote.
Some possibilities to proclaim yourself the winner of the election
Another more distant possibility in these general elections is a takeover a candidate gets more than 40%, which obtained more than 13,733,197 favorable votes, with a difference of more than 10 percentage points with respect to the second most voted political force. As long as there are no annulled or contested votes in that total.
Second round of elections
If none of these two options are provided, it is necessary to provide a Second round the two candidates who got the most votes, this is what they call a runoff. It will happen on November 19.