How did the population vote?

Monday 10 June, 2024
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62 percent of men and 56 percent of women voted for Claudia Sheinbaum; for Xóchitl Gálvez 28 percent of men and 31 percent of women; by Jorge Álvarez Máynez 10 percent of men and 12 percent of women.

The June 2 election result was in many ways a surprise. In the coming days, weeks, months and years, analyzes will be written to try to explain what happened. The article by Montse Hidalgo Pérez, Patricia San Juan Flores and Kiko Llanera follows this line, where they analyze how voters voted by gender, age, level of education, income level and employment status (El País, 03.06.24).

62 percent of men and 56 percent of women voted for Claudia Sheinbaum; for Xóchitl Gálvez 28 percent of men and 31 percent of women; by Jorge Álvarez Máynez 10 percent of men and 12 percent of women.

Among those between 18 and 29 years of age, 57 percent voted for Claudia; for Xóchitl on the 22nd; for Máynez, 21. Among those between 30 and 44 years old, 60 percent voted for Claudia; for Xóchitl, the 28th; and for Máynez, 12. Among those between 45 and 59 years old, 58 percent voted for Sheinbaum; for Gálvez, 36; and for Máynez, 6. Those aged 60 and over, 62 percent voted for Sheinbaum and 36 percent for Gálvez. For Máynez, no one.

Among people with basic education, 66 percent voted for Sheinbaum; for Gálvez, the 25th; for Máynez, 9. On average, 57 percent voted for Claudia; for Xóchitl, the 28th; for Máynez, 9. From Superior, 43 percent voted for the Morenista; for Xóchitl, 44; by Máynez, on the 13th.

By income level, among the group of less than 10 thousand pesos a month, 65 percent voted for Claudia; the 24th, for Xóchitl; and on the 11th, by Máynez.

Of between 10 thousand and 15 thousand pesos a month, 59 percent voted for Sheinbaum; for Gálvez, the 15th; and for Máynez, on the 25th.

With income of 15 thousand to 25 thousand, 62 percent voted for Claudia; for Xóchitl, the 30th; and for Máynez, the 8th.

Those with income between 25 thousand to 50 thousand pesos, 52 percent voted for Sheinbaum; for Gálvez, 39; and for Máynez, 9 percent.

Of the stratum with income of 50 thousand pesos and more per month, 50 percent voted for Claudia; for Xóchitl, 44; and for Máynez, 6 percent.

Due to employment status, 64 percent of housewives voted for Claudia; for Xóchitl, 27 percent; for Máynez, 9 percent.

Among retirees, 63 percent voted for the Morenista; for Xóchitl, 32. For Máynez, no one. Of the self-employed workers, 62 percent voted for Claudia; for Xóchitl, the 28th; by Máynez, 10.

Among peasants and day laborers, 62 percent voted for Claudia; for Xóchitl, 32 percent. For Máynez, no one. Of the professors and teachers, 61 percent voted for Sheinbaum; for Xóchitl, the 28th; for Máynez, 10. Private sector workers, 59 percent voted for the Morenista; for Xóchitl, the 27th; and for Máynez, on the 14th.

The students voted 57 percent for Claudia; 20, by Xóchitl; and 23, by Máynez. The workers in the Government, 48 percent voted for Sheinbaum; for Xóchitl, 36; and for Máynez, 11. Independent professionals voted for Sheinbaum 46 percent; for Gálvez, 42; and for Máynez 11. Among the unemployed, 44 percent voted for Claudia; for Xóchitl, 44; for Máynez, 12. Among bosses and employers, 39 percent voted for Claudia; for Xóchitl, 41; by Máynez, on the 19th.

In general, the percentage of the candidates on the issues considered corresponds to what they obtained in the electoral preference. Sheinbaum is below her percentage among those with higher education, government workers, independent professionals, the unemployed and employers.

In the case of Xóchitl, it is above its voting percentage with those with higher education, those with higher incomes, government workers, independent professionals, the unemployed and employers. Álvarez Máynez is above his voting percentage in the younger population sector, with income between 10 thousand and 15 thousand pesos, students and employers.

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Source: from Noroeste Nacional on 2024-06-06 04:01:00

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