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Haitians voted Jude Celestin, Moïse Jean Charles for President

Samuel Maxime

Editor-in-Chief

Igarape Poll
Upon leaving polling stations, Haitians were asked who they voted for in the presidential election.

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (sentinel.ht) -An exit poll taken during the October 25, 2015 elections suggest that the top two candidates Haitians voted for president are Jude Célestin and Moïse Jean Charles. According to the percentages, the two should be facing each other in a runoff election on December 27, 2015.

Upon leaving polling stations, Haitians were asked who they voted for in the presidential election. 37.5 percent said they voted for Jude Célestin. 30.6 percent said they voted for Moïse Jean Charles. 19.4 percent voted for Maryse Narcisse and 6.3 percent for the ruling party candidate, Jovenel Moïse.

These results do not reflect what was reported by the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) of Pierre Louis Opont. It gave Jovenel Moïse 32 percent, Célestin 24 percent, Moïse Jean Charles 14 percent and Maryse Narcisse 7.

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Post source : Igarapé Institute

About The Author

Samuel Maxime is a Haitian-born citizen living in the United States. He founded The Haiti Sentinel to bring Haitian issues to an English language audience.