Javier Mileifrom La Libertad Avanza, won therunoff of the 2023 Electionsand will be the president of Argentina as of December 10. Defeated by more than 10 pointsSergio Massafrom Union for the Homeland.
President Milei: how much he won and the results map of the 2023 Elections, province by province
Ballot box mouth
The “exit poll” is a type of survey conducted by political consulting companies on election day, aimed at voters who have just voted. It is important to highlight that the information obtained through this mechanism cannot be disclosed in any media before 9 p.m., as this would constitute a violation of national legislation.
In Argentina, article 71 of the National Electoral Code prohibits the carrying out of “acts of public proselytism” and the “publication or dissemination of surveys and projections about the electoral results during the course of the election day and up to three hours after its close. “. Only at 9 p.m. on the same Sunday is the legal dissemination of this data allowed.
THE NATIONAL ELECTORAL CHAMBER CLARIFIED THAT THE FIRST ROUND BALLOTS ARE VALID FOR VOTING
The National Electoral Chamber (CNE) clarified that the ballots that were made official for the first round that took place on October 22, in the category of candidates for President and Vice President of the Nation, are valid for voting in this Sunday’s runoff.
Likewise, the official ballots for this Sunday the 19th are valid “respecting the design and without other modifications,” the CNE clarified.
Meanwhile, they explained that the ballots that were used in the open, simultaneous and mandatory primaries (PASO) that were disputed on August 13 are “not valid.”
Within the framework of the second round that will be held this Sunday, Argentines will define the next President and Vice President of the Nation between the formulas made up of Sergio Massa-Agustín Rossi (Unión por la Patria) and Javier Milei-Victoria Villarruel (La Libertad Avanza ).
What are exit boxes?
Exit polls are surveys carried out by political consultants on election day to people who have just left the establishments where they cast their vote. The data collected by pollsters cannot be published in any media, since otherwise the national law would be violated.
In Argentina, article 71 of the National Electoral Code “publish or disseminate surveys and projections on the result of the election during the election and up to three hours after it closes.” Only at 9 p.m. is it legal to broadcast numbers.
The rule expressly prohibits the publication of polls about the closing to prevent the electoral process from being altered prior to its completion, because although the elections close at 6 p.m., there are districts where they tend to last a little longer.
How to navigate the maps with the results of the count
Page/12’s interactive maps can be navigated using tabs and drop-down menus. Clicking on a district on the category map or selecting the district in the drop-down menu will show the results, with percentage bars on valid votes for each candidate, and indicating the number of tables counted. Each view, in turn, has the option to return to the previous one.