Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Festivus Party - Going Global

The Festivus Party is now the most popular choice of the electorate in Mexico [Angus Reid Global Monitor, Many Mexicans Pick No Political Party].
The governing National Action Party (PAN) holds a slight edge in Mexico, according to a poll by Milenio. 26 per cent of respondents say they identify with the conservative PAN the most.

The Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) is second with 22 per cent, followed by the Democratic Revolution Party (PRD) with nine per cent. More than a third of respondents say they do not identify with any of the country’s main political organizations.

Emphasis mine.

37% will not vote for any of the three main Mexican parties, with 6% saying they're not sure. 43% of Mexican voters are Festivians by default, because that's how this party rolls.

The Festivus Party is a global phenomenon, and I reach out to my fellow Festivians(?) in Mexico.

[Previously, we reported that the Festivus Party is polling at number 2 in Central Nova]

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