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Former President and Presidential Candidate Lula da Silva increased his chances to win in the first round the elections from October 2 in Brazilsince it has 47% voting intention against 33% of the president Jair Bolsonarowho is seeking re-election, according to the Datafolha site survey published on Thursday

Third, it appears Cyrus Gomes, of the Democratic Labor Party (PDT), with 7%. While with 5% is the senator Simone Tebbet and with 1% Soraya Thronicke, from Union Brazil. Those who say they will vote blank or annulled added 4% and 2% do not know, informed Télam.

The poll ratified the leader of the Workers’ Party (PT) as the favorite to win the presidency without a ballot, since he has 50% of the valid votes (without targets or null, as counted by electoral justice) against 35% for Bolsonaro. In Brazil you have to have half plus one of the votes to avoid a ballot.

According to Datafolha, as the margin of error is two points. It is not possible to say that the election will or will not be decided in the first round. The survey was conducted among 6,754 people in 343 municipalities between Tuesday and Thursday. Lula is basing his strength on the poorest segment of the population that earns up to 400 dollars a month, with 57% against 24% for Bolsonaro.

Bolsonaro, on the other hand, dominates by 45 to 38 among those considered richest, who are those who earn more than 2,400 dollars a month. For the second round on October 30, Lula added 54% against 38%. Regarding the rejection, 52% stated that they would not vote for Bolsonaro in any way. While that same conviction is 38% when it comes to Lula.

Source: Elintransigente

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