Exclusive: Press TV study of polls reveals patterns of voter inclination, estimated turnout | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Exclusive: Press TV study of polls reveals patterns of voter inclination, estimated turnout

A study by Press TV of the most prominent polls after Iran’s first presidential debate has revealed approximate but credible patterns of voter support for each of the seven candidates as well as the estimated turnout in the upcoming election.

Press TV learned in the course of the study of the polls — including more significantly by polling stations with more credible past records — that voter turnout increased after the first presidential debate to 47.1% — marking an increase of 2.5 percentage points, and that the figure will continue to incline upwards as Election Day draws closer.

Also, according to Press TV’s findings, presidential candidate and current Judiciary chief Ebrahim Raeisi enjoys the highest support — 55.6% — among voters. Mohsen Rezaei ranks at a distant second with 5.5%.

The two Reformist candidates in the election, Nasser Hemmati and Mohsen Mehr-Alizadeh, enjoy 2.1% and 0.7%, respectively.

Voter support for the other candidates is as follows: Sa’eed Jalili, 2%; Amir-Hossein Ghazizadeh-Hashemi, 1.9%; and Alireza Zakani, 0.7%.

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