From “Trump” to “corruption”: these are the words most used by Claudia Sheinbaum, Xóchitl Gálvez and Jorge Álvarez Máynez

From “Trump” to “corruption”: these are the words most used by Claudia Sheinbaum, Xóchitl Gálvez and Jorge Álvarez Máynez
From “Trump” to “corruption”: these are the words most used by Claudia Sheinbaum, Xóchitl Gálvez and Jorge Álvarez Máynez

On March 1, the three presidential campaigns began. These are the words that were most used in his speeches. (Credit: Jovani Pérez | Infobae México).

The and the candidate for the Presidency of the Republic They are preparing to carry out their last proselytizing activity towards next election day. June 2ndsince this Wednesday the campaigns conclude and the electoral ban. In that framework, Integralia Consultants announced the bone scan of each of the candidates and the candidate. These were the words they used the most and the entities they visited the most in the last 89 days.

According to National Electoral Institute (INE)From Friday, March 1 to May 29, political parties and candidates were protagonists of the campaigns in search of one of the 629 popularly elected positions that will be contested next Sunday.

In this regard, the consultant Integralia reported that, at the 2:00 a.m. cutoff on May 28, the presidential candidate with the most spent on his election campaign was Xóchitl Gálvez Ruiz, from the ‘Strength and Heart for Mexico’ coalition ―made up of the PRI, PAN and PRD―; while the Citizen Movement (MC) candidate, Jorge Álvarez Máynezhas been the one that has audited the least expenses.

But that is not all. In his campaign x-ray, Integralia He also announced what they were the most used words by him and the candidates during these last months.

The INE announced the spending limit in the area of ​​public financing (Cuartoscuro)

According to the analysis carried out until May 22, 2024, Claudia Sheinbaum Pardopresidential candidate of the ‘Let’s Keep Making History’ coalition of Morena, the Labor Party (PT) and the Green Ecologist Party of Mexico (PVEM), used the following words most frequently:

  • People, women, well-being, school, transformation, security and infrastructure.

Also highlighted are ‘program’, ‘democracy’, ‘education’, ‘social programs’, ‘high school’, ‘public’, ‘IMSS’, ‘Plan C’, ‘youth’, ‘humanism’, ‘violence’ and others.

On the other hand, it stands out that Sheinbaum Pardo visited the 32 entities in Mexico on at least one occasion. The Mexico City was the favorite, with 23 visits in total.

Archive image of the presidential candidate of the Mexican ruling party Claudia Sheinbaum. EFE/Isaac Esquivel

The content of the messages Galvez Ruiz were marked by the word ‘security’although also because:

  • Water, corruption, Sheinbaumprograms, health, palace, AMLO and energy.

Also notable are ‘woman’, ‘extortion’, narco-candidate’, ‘Morena’, ‘hope’, ‘criminals’, ‘heart’, ‘Dos Bocas’, ‘INE’, ‘democracy’, ‘women’, ‘prison’ , ‘normalistas’, ‘Armed Forces’, ‘police’ and ‘narco-president’.

The former PAN senator made visits throughout Mexican territory, but Mexico City stood out, with a total of 47 meetings during the electoral campaign.

Presidential candidates Mexico 2024 Credit: EFE/ Isaac Esquivel

For its part, Integralia announced that the words most used by the orange party candidate during the last 89 days were ‘security’, ‘young’ and ‘old’, in reference to the ‘old politics’.

However, they also highlight:

  • Samuel (García), universities, campaign, the new, politics, prosperity, trumpeducation, movement, PAN and nearshoring.

The x-ray includes ‘refinery’, ‘justice’, ‘front’, ‘Nuevo León’, ‘Alfaro’, ‘strategy’, ‘Morena’, ‘militarism’, ‘opportunities’, ‘Biden’, ‘Monterrey’ and ‘equality’.

The consultant highlights that, “in addition to the large number of events in CDMX, Álvarez Máynez had a great presence in Nuevo León and Jalisco, MC bastions.” However, he did not make any visits to Chihuahua and Quintana Roo.

Archive image of the candidate for the presidency of Mexico for the Citizen Movement (MC), Jorge Álvarez Maynez. EFE/ Francisco Guasco

The electoral ban in Mexico is the period of time prior to an election during which prohibits any type of political propaganda.

As announced by the electoral body, the applicable regulations establish that during the three days before the election and until the polls close on election day, it is strictly prohibited to publish, disseminate or make known, by any means of communication, the results of surveys or opinion polls on electoral preferences or any type of government propaganda. This period is also known as reflection period.

It should be noted that, with this period, the aim is for citizens to reason their voteevaluate the proposals of the candidates and exercise your right to vote freely and secretly.

The elections will be held on June 2. (Credit: REUTERS/Henry Romero)

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