Polls are still being taken in Peru, but due to the laws there they're not allowed to be published. This is a paste off the Reuters wire service just a few minutes ago (so no link, sorry, this isn't the Reuters internet service but the paying client wire).
11:20 01Jun11 RTRS-LATEST DATUM POLL SHOWS TIGHTENING PERU RACE, FUJIMORI HAS EDGE OVER HUMALA BUT IS IN A 'TECHNICAL TIE' - SOURCE
11:26 01Jun11 RTRS-Datum poll shows tie in Peru race - source
11:38 01Jun11 RTRS-PERU STOCKS DOWN 5 PCT AFTER SOURCE SAYS LATEST DATUM POLL SHOWS TIGHTENING PERU RACE IS IN A 'TECHNICAL TIE'
(Note: Election law forbids publication of polls in Peru a week prior to June 5 voting)
LIMA, June 1 (Reuters) - Peru's presidential race has tightented to a "technical tie" with a slight advantage for right-wing lawmaker Keiko Fujimori, a source briefed on a survey by Datum said on Wednesday. Datum's previous poll released on Sunday said Fujimori had a lead of 4.6 points over left-wing Ollanta Humala in a mock vote it organized, greater than the margin of error. Polls by other survey firms on Sunday had shown a technical tie between the candidates.
Update: We got a link for that Reuters story on the open net now. Here it is (Spanish language). Meanwhile, a source that's proven pretty accurate in previous times tells your author that the Datum numbers, due out tomorrow, are