Monday, October 2, 2023

What do the statistics say about Delfina Gomez’s victory in Edomex?

A review of the details of the June 4 election in the State of Mexico shows that Morenista Delfina Gómez will govern the most populous state in the country, with a Congress where the PRI and its allies hold a majority and govern more than half. of municipalities; who received the second best number of votes for Mexican governor in the last five electoral processes and will be the sixth acting Morenista president to receive the most votes to reach the office.

Civic Participation, 2017 and down from 1999

• Last Sunday’s elections in the State of Mexico recorded a participation level of 49.80 percent. If the last five gubernatorial elections are considered in the unit, those from 2023, they did not exceed the percentage of the vote in 2017 (where Alfredo del Mazo won), when it was recorded at 52.49%, and Neither was achieved in 1999. (where Arturo Montiel won). ) when it was 51.10%, although it was higher than in 2011 (where Eruviel Avila won) and 2005, which was won by Enrique Peña Nieto.

Define Gomez with the second best vote in the last 24 years

• Teacher Delfina Gomez will be governor of the State of Mexico, coming into office with the second best number of votes received from the last five governors. Citizen support of 52.65%, achieved on June 4, was surpassed only by now-governor Eruviel Ávila, who received 61.97 percent.

Delfina will be the sixth Morenista governor to get the most votes.

• Professor Delfina Gomez will emerge as the sixth governor of Murray to emerge with the most votes among leaders whose terms of government apply. It is surpassed only by Hidalgo, Tabasco (now Secretary of the Interior), Oaxaca, Quintana Roo and Sinaloa.

PRI, PAN and PRD control 62% of municipalities

• The Institutional Revolutionary Party will leave Morena and its allies, who will replace them in the state government, a Congress where, although Tricolor has only 22 representatives out of 75, representing 29.3%, together with PAN, PRD, MC And Nueva Alianza already has 58.4% of the seats.

This means that Morena, PT and PVEM together will have only 41.2% of the vote for the next governor. It does not even have a simple majority.

In addition, 72 of the 125 Mexican municipalities have a PRI government, either alone or in coalition with the PAN and PRD (57.6%), adding up to 77 if the PAN and PRD won alone in 2021. In other words, the next governor will have a municipal board where 62% of the officials have emerged from Murray’s opposition.

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