With two weeks to Argentina's presidential runoff on 22 November and to decide who will succeed Cristina Fernandez on 10 December, opposition candidate Mauricio Macri has a several points lead over the incumbent Daniel Scioli, although there still is a significant percentage of undecided voters, according to a public opinion poll released on Sunday.
The 'Let's Change' candidate Macri is leading with 51.8% of vote intention while Victory Front Scioli has 43.6%, according to the Management & Fit poll published by Clarin, and which collected the data between during the first five days of November.
However, 4.5% said they would destroy or vote blank (voting is compulsory in Argentina) and 10.9% remain undecided. The 51.8% and 43.6% includes an estimate of how the undecided will cast their votes, which means the difference between the two candidate is approximately 8 percentage points.
M&F also emphasizes the poll indicates that one out of ten votes remains undecided with less than two weeks to Election day, 10.9%. Another small percentage declares they have a candidate in mind for 22 November, but also admit they could change in the two weeks ahead.
Summing up, 86.6% of the electorate have already made their minds as to whom they will be voting in two Sundays time. Another 4.5% will either destroy or blank their vote, and 9.9% is not sure as to which candidate they prefer to support on 22 November. In other words and 8.6% of the total electorate remains ambiguous.