No, this is more the way cities work. It is easier to have a small shop and believe somehow you are a capitalist, and at the same time you are someone whose last name is Quapetec.
In big cities, if they are also a port, the capital influx is higher, thus, creates a class of those who are closer to the services, money printer, and the benefits of a higher capital influx that truly believe being better than those pesky countrymen. That's the middle class, the petite bourgeoisie, and their brainwashed sub-servants.
In the cities, those who are revolutionary are in the favelas, los barrios, because they see the injustice each day closely.
I can guarantee that Lima results shown are completely related to the Venezuelan influx where they have been brainwashing the Peruvian middle class, and if the media tells you, comparing word by word, even in a phrase of 15 words, that Castillo is Chavez, they would eat that garbage afraid of what their Venezuelans "panas" would tell them, even that Venezuelans migrants give 0 fucks about any country they are at because they left their own.