Let me explain it to you anon.
There are three types of person in Argentina that appear when there are elections.
1) The ones that vote for the Peronismo that are subdivided into three categories:
a) The ones that are indoctrinated enough to believe that the Peronismo works so they militate for it marching and stuff. Generally they are university students that got misguided ideals and a good brainwashing.
b) Bribed people, here we can include low class people that will wag their tails for a couple of pesos and some food and provinces that make deals with the Peronismo under the table (look at it as promises for when they win the elections...generally a lot of money)
c) People that trully believe in Peronismo, generally elder people that lived the first wave of Peronismo before it divided itself becoming an amalgamation of Peronismos. They strongly believe that an outdated century old economic system will fix the country.
2) The one that want a "change" (Peronismo has been stron in Argentina for decades, specially with the con-artist woman she's been around for 12 years) and vote for the evil cat, that literally has no idea of how to rule a country but he will prevent the ascension of the con-woman.
3) People that hate the first two and vote for the other parties but they never win because they are a minority.
Right now Cristina's group (the first one I mentiones) is the strongest because of what I mentiones and Macri's image (the evil cat) is less than dead and he is losing votes and suppport at a high speed.
To all this add and/or substract votes from all the con-movements that are everpresent in every election since Argentina called itself a country.
We are ina pick your poison situation, we die with any of the two.