If elections are held this Wednesday, former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva will win Brazil’s presidency with 56 percent of the vote in the first round, according to a study released by IPEC the previous day.
According to the IPEC survey, only the correct number of votes will be counted in two scenarios. The former president (2003-2010) has 56 percent of the electorate, so he does not need a ballot to reach Planaldo Palace in 2022.
According to South American electoral law, if none of the candidates gets 50 percent of the first round and one vote, the first two will run in the second round.
Taking into account the white, zero and undecided votes, Lula da Silva received 48 percent of the vote in the first round, which included 12 presidential candidates, 27 points ahead of Brazilian President Jair Bolzano (with 21). Percentage of preference).
In a second scenario involving five presidential candidates, the former Brazilian president and Labor leader (PT) leader won 49 percent of the vote and Bolsanaro 22 percent.
Another poll in Brazil, taken from the IPEC:
Lula beat Bolsanaro by 27% and Moro did not reach the target of 10% of the vote.
With that figure, Lula will return to the presidency with a first-round election victory. pic.twitter.com/5kFZ8Fk2Yn
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In third place is former judge Sergio Moro (who has 6 and 8 percent of the vote, respectively).
The IPEC survey, conducted among 2,002 citizens in 144 municipalities, was conducted from 9 to 13 December. Faith level 95% and margin of error 2 plus / minus points.
(Taken from this Almatydeen)