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Peru: Two exit polls shows Humala wins presidential elections.

Two Exit Polls show Ollant Humala is winning presidential runoff in Peru.

The voting process ended on Sunday and Peruvians expected results of the tight contest for the presidency between the leftist Ollanta Humala and the daughter of jailed former president Alberto Fujimori, Keiko Fujimori.

Upon closing the polls began to disseminate the surveys and the leading firm Ipsos-reported by America TV that the exit polls gave Humala 52.6% of the votes and 47.4% Fujimori.  Ipsos Company explained that the sample was 25,000 people in the country, with a margin of error of 3 percentage points. Another exit poll survey of the CPI polling indicated that Humala had 52.5% and 47.5% Fujimori.

Polls closed across the country at 16.00 hours local time (2100GMT) without incident. 103,622 worked in Peru and other 3,833 polling stations abroad.