April 7, 2011 / 4:12 PM / 7 years ago

Peru run-off likely to pit Humala against Fujimori

(Note: election law forbids publication of polls in Peru a week prior to April 10 voting)

LIMA, April 7 (Reuters) - A poll by survey firm CPI gives left-wing nationalist Ollanta Humala 29 percent of the vote ahead of Sunday’s presidential vote, followed by lawmaker Keiko Fujimori at 21.5 percent, a source with access to the poll said.

Humala and Fujimori likely will meet in a June 5 run-off after edging former Prime Minister Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, who is expected to get 19.3 percent of the first-round vote, and former President Alejandro Toledo, who is forecast to come in fourth place with 15 percent, the source said. (Reporting by Teresa Cespedes; Editing by Bill Trott)

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