A poll by an independent research group found deep public suspicion of the first round of the presidential election. A poll taken after preliminary results were announced on 5 November found that nearly 90% disagreed with the statement: “As far as I can see, this election is fair, there is no fraud.”The poll also came up with a curious result when voters were asked who they voted for among the 54 names on the ballot. Just over 6% said they voted for government-backed candidate Jovenel Moise, placing him fourth. Yet he came first with nearly 33% of the vote.
Source: International Business Times