Anti-establishment outsider Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has won Mexico's presidential election, exit polls show.
According to polling firm Parametria on early Monday, the former Mexico City mayor won between 53 percent and 59 percent of the votes, an amount which places him well ahead of rivals.
A Televisa poll gave Obrador winning between 43 percent and 49 percent of the vote.
Several other polling firms gave him a lead of at least 20 points.
Following the announcements, ruling party candidate Jose Antonio Meade accepted his defeat, saying Obrador, now held the responsibility of the upcoming government.