LIMA, June 7 (Reuters) - Conservative candidate Keiko
Fujimori had a 52.9% share of the vote while socialist rival
Pedro Castillo had a 47.1% share, with 42% of the votes counted
by early Monday morning.
Two previous pollster surveys put the candidates in a
technical draw. A fast count of 100% of the results conducted by
Ipsos Peru hours earlier handed schoolteacher Castillo, 51, a
0.4% lead over Fujimori, while an Ipsos exit poll previously
gave her a 0.6% lead.
(Reporting by Aislinn Laing; Editing by Christian Schmollinger)