BRASÍLIA (Reuters) – Genial/Quaest poll released on Wednesday showed a 2-point increase in the advantage that former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) has over reelection candidate Jair Bolsonaro (PL) in the presidential election. of October, with PT’s lead now by 10 percentage points in the first round.
According to the survey, Lula has 44% of voting intentions, compared to 42% in the previous poll, while Bolsonaro remained stable with the same 34% he registered in last week’s poll. The poll’s margin of error is 2 percentage points.
Ciro Gomes (PDT) fluctuated one point from 7% to 6% and Simone Tebet (MDB) went from 4% to 5%, maintaining the scenario of a technical tie with the pedestrian.
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Blanks and nulls are 5%, the same percentage measured for the undecided.
Hired by the brokerage Genial Investimentos, the survey by the Quaest institute also pointed to a positive variation within the margin of error in Lula’s advantage over Bolsonaro in a possible second round between them.
According to the survey, the PT would win by 50% to 40% — a week ago the score was 48% to 40%.
The survey also showed that 76% of respondents answered that their choice of vote is final, compared to 74% in the previous survey.
The poll also asked Ciro voters who they would prefer he support if the second round scenario between Lula and Bolsonaro is confirmed: 50% defend that he support the PT, 18% opine for the current president and 29% are in favor of neutrality.
Among those who vote for Tebet, the percentage of those who prefer support for Lula is just one point above those who support Bolsonaro: 35% to 34%. Another 27% believe that the senator should not declare support for either of them.
When the question is rejection, Bolsonaro and Ciro tie as the candidates with the worst ranking among candidates for the Palácio do Planalto, with 54% saying they would not vote for them at all.
Lula is rejected by 46%, compared to 47% in the last poll.
The survey also found that 39% of respondents evaluate the Bolsonaro government negatively, against 38% a week ago, while 31% see it positively, against 32% in the previous survey, and 26% see it as regular, against 27. % in last week’s poll.
Quaest heard 2,000 people in household interviews between the 17th and 20th of September.
(Reporting by Maria Carolina MarcelloEdition by Pedro Fonseca)
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