Podcast | Lorena Becerra on the Mexican Earthquake & Election Probabilities
Episode 3: Our host Miguel Toro interviews Lorena Becerra, Reforma newspaper's head pollster, on how the Mexico earthquake can affect politics and election probabilities, as well as reflecting on the way parties are funded in Mexico. An interesting listen if you want to hear a little bit on how state elections can affect the federal election.
Note: This podcast was recorded 2 days before Margarita Zavala resigned from the PAN party, altering election probabilities.
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