[1/4] Argentina's presidential candidate Sergio Massa speaks during a press conference a day after the first round of Argentina's presidential election, in Buenos Aires, Argentina October 23, 2023.
REUTERS/Cristina Sille/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsBUENOS AIRES, Nov 6 (Reuters) - Argentina election polls are showing an increasingly tight race between Peronist economy minister Sergio Massa and radical libertarian Javier Milei ahead of a runoff ballot on Nov. 19.
The new poll surveyed 2,324 people between Nov. 1-3 and claimed a margin of error of 2.4%.
"The difference in favor of Sergio Massa was reduced from 8 to 3 points compared to the first three days after the general election, when the impact of his win shook everything up," Analogias said.
Another poll, from Brazil-based Atlas Intel, meanwhile, showed Milei ahead of Massa with 48.5% to 44.7%, with some 7% of people responding "don't know" or saying they would vote blank.
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