Former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (PT) would win over Jair Bolsonaro (without party) in the second round of the 2022 upcoming elections. This is indicated by a survey published in miércoles (28), carried out by Future Intelligence in collaboration with Modalmais. The survey recognized the voting intention of 2006 people from five regions of the country between the 23rd and the 26th of July.
According to the survey, Lula would have 51.3% of the votes in the second round of presidential elections, while the current president would have 32.9%.
If the second turn was between Lula and Ciro Gomes (Democratic Labor Party, center), the Brazilian presidential candidate had 45.5% of the votes, compared to 25.4% of the former governor of Ceará. The survey also simulated a third stage, between Ciro and Bolsonaro, with a benefit for the first one, from 46.6% to 33.1%.
::Lula increases the advantage over Bolsonaro and would have 58% against 31% in the 2nd round, says Datafolha::
The survey published on the miércoles follows the line of all those that have been carried out in the last three months. For example, in the last survey published by Instituto Datafolha 20 days ago, Lula appeared with 58% of the intention to vote in a possible second vote against Bolsonaro. The current president tends to 31%.
In a survey of the CNT/TDMA published at the beginning of this month, in a possible second round between Lula and Bolsonaro, the former president would tend to reach 52.6%, compared to 33.3% of the current occupant of the Planalto Palace. In this scenario, 11.5% would vote blank or null.
Edition: Vinícius Segalla