(ANSA) – BRAZIL, 06 JUL – The former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (in government for two consecutive terms, from 2003 to 2010) has 45% of voting intentions against 31% of the current head of state , Jair Bolsonaro, in view of the elections on 2 October: this is what emerges from a survey by the Quaest agency, where Bolsonaro appears to have reduced the disadvantage over his main political opponent by two points.
In another survey by the same agency, conducted in June, Lula had 46 percent of the vote against Bolsonaro’s 30 percent.
Behind Lula, from the Workers’ Party (Pt, left) and Bolsonaro, from the Liberal Party (PL, right), Ciro Gomes, from the Democratic Labor Party (PDT, center-left), with 6%, followed by Simone Tebet, of the Brazilian Democratic Movement (Mdb, conservative), and André Janones, of Avante (conservative), both with 2%. (HANDLE).
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