STEP 2021: Together for Change surpassed the Frente de Todos in almost the entire country

As in the PASO de Chaco, the opposition party of Together for Change won in the main districts of the country, which surprised the ruling party in general and President Alberto Fernández, who acknowledged: “We have made mistakes and from that we must learn “.

The official results indicated that Together for Change prevailed in Buenos Aires, CABA, Córdoba, Santa Fe and Mendoza. Although there were also surprises in Santa Cruz, the cradle of Kirchnerism, and in Chaco.

The results of the PASO 2021 in Argentina

Buenos Aires (68.38% participation and 87.35% of the polls scrutinized)

Together for Change: 38.23%
In Front of All: 33.49%
Left and workers’ front: 5.17%

Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica and the South Atlantic Islands (99.17% of the polled tables)

Together for Change: 36.45%
In Front of All: 32.96%
We are Fuegians: 12.45%

Chaco (60.79% participation and 93.75% of the polls scrutinized)

Chaco Changes + Together for Change: 44.27%
In Front of All: 35.45%
Integrating Front: 7.80%

Río Negro (87.18% of the polls scrutinized)

Together We Are Río Negro: 34.63%
Together for Change: 27.17%
In Front of All: 25.04%

Entre Ríos (97.76% of the polls scrutinized)

Together for Entre Ríos: 51.81%
In Front of All: 29.45%
Popular Conservative: 4.19%

Mendoza (72.90 of the counted tables)

Mendoza changes: 43.82%
In Front of All: 24.63%
Green Party: 5.61%

Santa Fe (57.77% of polled tables)

Together for Change: 41.58%
Front of All: 29.14%
Broad Progressive Front: 9.93

Córdoba (90.11% of the polls scrutinized)

Together for Change: 47.59%
We do for Córdoba: 24.60%
In Front of All: 10.98%

Missions (98.36% of the polls scrutinized)

Together for Change: 40.22%
Renewing Front of Concord: 32.70%
Front of All: 17.72%,

Santiago del Estero (97.67% of the polls scrutinized)

Civic Front for Santiago: 55.43%
Together for Change: 15.64%
Renovation Front: 9.59%

Chubut (97% of the polls scrutinized)

Together for Change: 39.48%
In Front of All: 26.40%

Catamarca (69.92% of the polls scrutinized)

In Front of All: 50.71%
Together for Change: 31.38%
Broad Front of Catamarca: 4.22%

Río Negro (87.18% of the polls scrutinized)

Together We Are Río Negro: 34.63%
Together for Change: 27.17%
In Front of All: 25.04%

Mendoza (72.90% of the polls scrutinized)

Mendoza changes: 43.82%
In Front of All: 24.63%
Green Party: 5.61%

Autonomous City of Buenos Aires (87.89% of polls scrutinized)

Together for Change: 48.37%
In Front of All: 24.56%
Freedom Advances: 13.66%

Tucumán (97.92% of the polls scrutinized)

In Front of All: 49.68%
Together for Change: 34.66%
Republican strength: 7.19%

Santa Cruz (99.20% of the polls scrutinized)

Change Santa Cruz: 38.60
In Front of All: 26.46%
BE 23.43%

San Luis (95.31% of the polls scrutinized)

United for St. Louis: 47%
San Luis Force: 37.31%
UCR: 6,43%

San Juan (98.32% of the polls scrutinized)

In Front of All: 42.92%
Together for Change: 38.23%
Ischigualasto Consent: 8.99%

Neuquén (92.26% of the polling stations scrutinized)

Neuquén Popular Movement: 35.39%
Neuquén changes: 18.41%
Front of All: 15.53%

La Rioja (98.59% of the polls scrutinized)

In Front of All: 52.42%
Let’s go La Rioja: 23.23%
United States: 10.98%

Jujuy (95.64% of the polls scrutinized)

Change Jujuy: 46.41%
Front of All: 28.13%
Left and workers’ front: 23.51%

La Pampa (97.62% of the polls scrutinized)

Together for Change: 48.83%
In Front of All: 38.19%
FIT: 4,88%

Formosa (88.89% of the polls surveyed)

Front of All: 48.27%
Together for Free Formosa: 28.84%
Front We are with you: 19.03%

Corrientes (99.69% of the polls scrutinized)

Eco + Vamos Corrientes: 58.96%
Front of All: 34.18%
Let’s go with you: 2.78%

Salta (91.85% of the tables scrutinized)

points for the Change: 30.14%
In Front of All: 29.46%
United by Salta: 12.18%

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