Peru runoff likely to be Humala vs. Fujimori-poll

(Note: election law forbids publication of polls in Peru a
week prior to April 10 voting)

LIMA, April 9 (Reuters) – An Ipsos poll shows left-wing
candidate Ollanta Humala with 28.1 percent of the vote,
followed by rightist lawmaker Keiko Fujimori with 21.1 percent
on the eve of the presidential election, a source with access
to the poll said on Saturday.

The poll of 6,000 people gave former Prime Minister Pedro
Pablo Kuczynski 19.9 percent and former President Alejandro
Toledo 16.8 percent, the source said on condition of anonymity.
The dates of polling and the margin of error were not
immediately available.

Such an outcome in Sunday’s election would pit Humala and
Fujimori in a June 5 runoff.
(Reporting by Patricia Velez; Writing by Terry Wade; Editing
by Peter Cooney)
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Peru runoff likely to be Humala vs. Fujimori-poll