Six weeks before elections, one third of Costa Ricans are undecided
One third of Costa Rican voters remain undecided just six weeks before the presidential election. According to a poll published Wednesday, the two leading candidates are in a statistical dead heat.
The Investigation and Political Studies Center at the University of Costa Rica revealed that 34 percent of the sample has yet to choose a candidate. Former Security Minister Juan Diego Castro is the current favorite with 18 percent; Castro is known for his populist discourse and promises to eradicate corruption and crime.
Source: Tico Times