Quico says: According to El Universal:
Keller says he was misunderstood when he explained that the size of Chavez’s market is 52% while Rosales’s is 48%: “I wasn’t referring to voting intentions, but to political segmentation.” He believes that such underlying market conditions, basically half-and-half, “lays out a basic situation where anyone could win.”
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