Argentine president to win re-election, exit poll says

October 24, 2011 00:31


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BUENOS AIRES - Argentine President Cristina Fernandez swept to a landslide re-election on Sunday, winning about 55 percent of the vote with a huge lead over her nearest rival, an exit poll showed.

If the result is confirmed, the center-leftist will win a second four-year term with a strong mandate to deepen interventionist economic policies hated by big business but popular with many Argentines.

The government-funded exit poll put Socialist provincial governor Hermes Binner a distant second with around 14 percent, local media said, declaring Fernandez the victor. The results of the poll were in line with numbers published earlier by Reuters.

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