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Haiti - i-Vote : Results tenth week
07/11/2010 10:08:56

Haiti - i-Vote : Results tenth week
For the tenth week, ranking of the first 4 candidates remains unchanged, however, the i-Vote intentions widening gaps between some candidates.

This week 10, the positions 2, 3 and 4 are played in an gap of 3.48%
(Mirlande Manigat 17.09 %, Jeun Léon 14.77 %, Michel Martelly 13.61 %). These 3 candidates recorded all, an increase in their i-Vote intentions compared to the previous week.

This week shows that candidates are not so regrouped, the head group stretches, and the internet users reinforce their i-Vote intentions on their star candidate.

Charles Henri Baker (1) continues to lead the pack, however, he erases his slight advance of last week (+0.10%) and regress this week (-0.11%)

Mirlande Manigat (2) continues its ascent into the i-Vote intentions. Between its lowest score in week 3 (12.84%) and this week (17.09%) the candidate did a jump of 4.25% of i-Vote intention of the Internet users. Winner again this week a little more than half point (+0.51%).

Léon Jeune (3) maintaining its position in the standings while registering a slight increase of i-Vote +0.16%. Note that this candidate is growing every week for 10 consecutive weeks and received the largest increase between week 1 and this week (+13.14%)

Michel Martelly (4) that does not move since 5 weeks (S5 (13.63 %), S6 (13,58 %), S7 (13.58 %), S8 (13.56 %) et S9 (13.50 %) slightly rises this week in the i-Vote intention 13.61 % (+ 0.11 %)

The largest increase was obtained this week by the Candidate Mirlande Manigat (+ 0.51%)

Pack of candidates:

Groupe I : Led by Charles Henri Baker, candidates 2, 3 et 4 clash in a gap of 3.48% for the i-Vote intention (between 2nd and 4th position) while the previous week the difference was 3.08%, Manigat, widening the gap at the top of this group (+0.51%)

Groupe II : Led by Leslie Voltaire, candidates 5, 6 et 7 clash in a gap of 0.60% (between 5th and 7th postion. 8.94% separates the leading candidate of this group from Group I. The difference between Group II and Group I is widening again this week + 0.19%

Groupe III : Led by Jude Célestin, candidates 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 clash in a gap of 0.71% (between 8th and 12th position). 1.76 % separates the leading candidate of this group from Group II. The difference between Group III and Group II is reduced (-0.07 %).

Groupe IV : Led bt Yves Christalin, candidates 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 clash in a gap of 0.49% (between 12nd and 19th position). 0.86 % separates the leading candidate of this group from Group III.

The winner :

Jude Celestin won a seat (going from the 9th to 8th position) due to a gain of +0.01% in i-vote intentions in conjunction with the simultaneous decline in i-vote intentions of Jean Chavanne Jeune (-0.10%)

The looser:

Jean Chavanne Jeune lost 1 seat (from the 8th to 9th place) due to a decrease of -0.10% in the i-Vote intention in combination with the very slight gain of Jude Célestin.

This week, the white vote is 3.04%. The white vote (vote blanc) is used by Internet users to express their disagreement the elections of November 28, 2010 or that none the candidates is appropriate to them.

The electoral campaign began Friday, October 15. Some violence and intimidation on backdrop of an epidemic. Candidates are doing few big rally. The few "debates" on television or radio, more like air time where the candidates are promoting their programs... No real discussion of ideas between the candidates... For some, the election is only a matter of "display area" in the country, rather than a question of putting forward proposals to bring the country out of crisis. The campaign goes hard on the ground through floodwaters, following Hurricane Tomas and the fear of cholera spread throughout the country in the coming days.

There are still 2 weeks (2 other results) that could still see many changes of positions in the standings, gaps for many candidates are sufficiently low, so that positions change. The i-Vote campaign enters in the last straight line.

Official elections are in 21 days unless an extension always possible (cholera, floods, violence...)

Get involved and i-Vote for the candidate of your choice. Next results Sunday, November 14, 2010

For i-vote :
https://www.haitilibre.com/i-vote.php



Recall that the HaitiLibre.com i-Vote office, lets you vote for the candidate of your choice. I-Vote record the tendency of Internet users, it is not an official vote. They measure the popularity of a candidate or his party, his ability to mobilize and relevance of the candidate, his commitments and his program. You can i-vote once per 24 hours for the candidate of your choice (but nothing prevents you to vote once every day for your candidate or for another if you change allegiance).

Note Note that if the majority of candidates (12) have released their bio or CV (see i-Vote, available links under the picture of the candidates) some are slow to do so for various reasons : the candidates do not answer our requests, information is not available or exists only in English (!!). Concerning the program guidelines, very little forwarded them to us (9), for reasons similar to those outlined above. We recall that in the electoral process candidates have a duty to inform voters about their skills and outline their programs, that of the media is tpo contributing to the dissemination of this information with the public.

Every Sunday we will publish the i-Vote results on the website HaïtiLibre.com I-Votes are cumulative from August 28 to November 21, 2010 inclusive, date of publication of our latest results (one week before the electoral deadline of November 28th, 2010). In the last publication of the results, you will know the number of i-votes for each candidate.

See also:
https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-1118-haiti-i-vote-results-first-week.html
https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-1168-haiti-i-votes-results-second-week.html
https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-1220-haiti-i-votes-results-third-week.html
https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-1280-haiti-i-votes-results-fourth-week.html
https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-1333-haiti-i-votes-results-fifth-week.html
https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-1392-haiti-i-votes-results-sixth-week.html
https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-1442-haiti-i-votes-results-seventh-week.html
https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-1497-haiti-i-vote-results-eighth-week.html
https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-1551-haiti-i-vote-results-ninth-week.html

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