Lula da Silva continues to rise in the polls for the presidential elections

Lula da Silva continues to rise in the polls for the presidential elections

A new survey conducted in Brazil provides new data on the population’s preference for Lula da Silva’s candidacy for the Brazilian presidency.

The survey of the Datafolha institute of Brazil registered this Thursday that the leader of the Workers’ Party (PT), surpasses President Jair Bolsonaro with more than 20 points in voting intention, ahead of the presidential elections next October.

According to the results, the intention to vote in favor of Lula is 48%, which represents an increase of five points compared to the 43% obtained in the last poll.

For his part, the President Bolsonaro achieved the increase of one point since the last poll, for a total of 27 percent support.

In third place is Ciro Gomes with 7 percent, followed by André Janones and Simone Tebet with 2 percent, respectively.

In this survey by the Datafolha institute, support for Lula stands out among voters between the ages of 16 and 24, with 58 percent.

2,556 voters, over 16 years of age, participated in the survey on May 25 and 26 in 181 different cities in the country, with a margin of error of 2 percent.

Since Lula announced his candidacy for the elections, the polls have been in his favor.

Lula runs for the presidency of Brazil

Former President Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva announced on May 7 his official candidacy for the presidential elections, which will take place next October in Brazil.

During an act in São Paulo, Da Silva pointed out that your candidacy seeks to “rebuild” the country.

“We are willing to work not only for victory on October 2, but for the reconstruction and transformation of Brazil, which will be much more difficult than winning the election,” said the former president before some 4,000 members and supporters of the Workers’ Party. (PT) that day.

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