Haiti's 4.7 million voters prepare to go to presidential polls in a runoff election in which they will have to choose between a popular singer and a former first lady.
Haitians vote in a presidential runoff on Sunday to pick between 70-year-old academic Mirlande Manigat and 50-year-old singer Michel Martelly, AFP reported.
The latest survey results released on Thursday showed Martelly ahead with 53 percent support against Manigat's 47 percent.
The first round of balloting in November was marked by fraud charges and deadly violence. International donors hope the runoff vote will bring the quake-ravaged country the stability it needs for reconstruction.
Two former presidents will be watching from the sidelines. Jean-Bertrand Aristide and Jean-Claude Duvalier have recently returned from exile.
The Provisional Electoral Council is expected to announce preliminary results on March 31. The final result will be confirmed on April 16.
The United Nations, which supports the election, has said that improvements have been made in the voting process in the country which should ensure a better, more transparent and credible outcome in one of the world's poorest and most disaster-prone states.
Some 800,000 Haitians still live in tents more than a year after a strong earthquake that devastated the capital city, killing 220,000 and leaving more than a million people homeless.