A leftist former army officer is leading the race for Peru's presidential runoff, according to the first poll released since he and the daughter of imprisoned ex-President Alberto Fujumori survived the first round of voting.
An Ipsos-Apoyo poll published Sunday gives Ollanta Humala 42 percent support against 36 percent for Keiko Fujimori. Just over 20 percent don't like either candidate or are undecided about the June 5 ballot.
The poll has an error margin of 2 1/2 points.
The free-market friendly Fujimori is ahead in Lima while Humala leads outside the capital. Humala says he'll redistribute wealth while respecting institutional democracy.
Humala won the April 10 first round with 32 percent. Fujimori was second with 24 percent.