Poll ratifies Lula as favorite for the Presidency of Brazil | News
Former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva would win the elections in Brazil to occupy the presidency, if said elections were held this Friday, according to the results published by the pollster Ipespe.
Poll confirms Lula as favorite for the Presidency of Brazil
With 44 percent of the voting intentions, he could win the election in the first round. Later they are followed by Jair Bolsonaro, with 24 percent, Sergio Moro, with 9 percent, Ciro Gomes, with 7 percent, and João Doria, with 2 percent,
For their part, Simone Tebet, Rodrigo Pacheco, and Felipe D’Avila, obtained one percent. The pollster, drawing another scenario, without former judge Sergio Moro and with Alessandro Vieira, revealed that Lula da Silva would also win with 44 percent, while Jair Bolsonaro grows one percentage point, like João Doria and Simone Tebet.
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The survey, which was carried out between January 10 and 12, 2022, with a sample of 1,000 interviewees by telephone through the Cati/Ipespe System, detailed that the maximum estimated margin of error was around 3.2 percentage points.
In a second round, the leader of the Workers’ Party would win all his opponents, although he would only obtain 19 points more than Sergio Moro when he disputed the presidency with him. For his part, the current president Bolsonaro would lose to Ciro Gomes and have a draw with João Doria.
And if Lula da Silva faces Jair Bolsonaro in the second round, the latter would reach a percentage of 31 percent, compared to 53 percent of the former Brazilian dignitary.
For its part, the Exame/Ideia pollster indicated that former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva would receive 41 percent of the votes in the first round, followed by current president Jair Bolsonaro, with 24 percent.
Likewise, the firm Quaest Consultoría published last Wednesday the results of a new survey that assures Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva with the support of 45 percent of the Brazilians surveyed.