Keiko Fujimori is winning in the election statistics of the upcoming voting polls for the second round of the presidential elections in Peru. The latest studies revealed that Keiko has a 41% of the votes against the 39% of Ollanta Humala.
In the polls presented by Ipsos Apoyo Fujimori and Humala add a four points, and one respectively, since the last study. The statistical studies revealed that the indecision of those that did not know from who to vote has decreased from a 23% to 12%.
Fujimori and Humala would have the chance to earn the votes of those indecisive people during an electoral debate on May 29, in the Sheraton Hotel in Lima. The debate will be televised by Peru National Television network, according to EuropaPress.