Gabriel Quadri, the candidate for the Mexican presidency of a small party practically owned by the teachers' union must be a good debater. Since his debate performance he has managed to consistently poll over the 2% required for his party to keep its registration. One small problem with this analysis is that sometimes polling firms report voter preferences as rounded numbers, and for candidates polling in the 0-4% range this introduces some artifacts.
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