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The Frente Amplio has more voting intentions among the youngest, the coalition among the elderly

The Frente Amplio has more voting intentions among the youngest, the coalition among the elderly

The opposition force has great support in the age group between 18 to 29 years and 30 to 44 years.

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He Broad Front (FA) has more voting intentions among younger citizens, and has great support in the age group between 18 and 29 years old, and in that between 30 and 44 years old, but the Republican Coalition (Multicolor Coalition) garners greater sympathy among the older segments.

The data comes from the latest survey carried out by Equipos Consultores, which marks the sympathies for political parties in April, heading towards the Elections 2024.

Among young people between 18 and 29 years old, the FA has 45% of the support, 10 points more than the parties in the government coalition, who have 35%. In turn, in the age group of 30 to 44 years the FA reaches 47% of the adhesions, while the Republican Coalition reaches 38%, that is, 9 points less.

However, the trend begins to reverse as the age segments advance, since for those between 50 and 64 years old, the FA manages to gather 39% of voting intentions, while the coalition presents 2 points more , with 41%. Finally, the difference becomes even greater among older adults aged 65 or older, since here the FA would retain 37% of the total votes, while the Republican Coalition would retain 47%, which is equal to 10 points. further.

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Graphic: Consulting Teams

43% would vote for the Frente Amplio if the elections were held today

At a general level, 43% of Uruguayans said in the relay that they would vote for the FA if the elections were held today. As a counterpart, 39% stated that they would vote for one of the partner parties of the current government alliance, while 2% would opt for other parties.

In the breakdown, 29% would do it for the National Party (PN); 7% for the Colorado Party (PC); 3% for Open Town Hall (CA); 2% by other parties; 4% blank or voided; and 12% were undecided.

Source: Ambito

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