Turned overwhelmingly for Pérez in Last Database the first round. The other three of the five provinces that concentrate more than 60% of the votes –Guayas, Manabí and Los Ríos– were territories where the Correísta majority support had been maintained, consistent with the trend of the last decade. All these campaign tactics had to be interpreted in Last Databasete rms of the votes that Arauz had in dispute heading into the runoff – the majority of the votes that he had to secure were, precisely, in Quito, the capital, and in Azuay, the Last Databasefifth province with the highest number of votes.
voters, who had turned Last Database overwhelmingly to Pérez in the first round. The other three of the five provinces that concentrate more than 60% of the votes –Guayas, Manabí and Los Ríos– were territories where the Correísta majority support had been maintained, consistent with the trend of the last decade. The voters of Yaku Pérez in Last Database Quito and Cuenca –the main city of the province of Azuay– are similar: urban voters with a good part of their material needs satisfied, with a progressive inclination on gender and environmental issues, and in favor of investment in social policy . They are different from the rural voters of Pérez in the Last Database central Sierra, for example, whose material needs are different (irrigation,
land, agricultural credit, health, education) and are Last Database not fully satisfied. Within the same province of Azuay, for example, and the overwhelming 42% of Pachakutik, the worst performance was in Cuenca (39%), while in the rest of the cantons, many of them more rural, their percentages were above from 50%-60%. By sheer Last Database numerical weight, Arauz had the priority of convincing Pérez voters in Quito (222. 000 votes) and Cuenca (121,000 votes). In his discursive turn, he spoke to them. Here the Last Database following interpretive hypothesis is necessary. The most important "cleavage"