Former Brazilian president and Labor Party (PT) presidential candidate Luis Inacio Lula da Silva continues to lead in the 2022 general election, according to a study by consulting firm ModalMais / Futura. Released this Wednesday.
The PT leader has amassed 38.6 percent of the vote, followed by current Brazilian President Jair Bolsanaro with 32.4 percent and former judge Sergio Moro with 11.9 percent.
If the second round is possible, he will get 46.6 percent of the vote if he faces former President Lula Moro in the race, reaching 33.6 percent. In a situation where there is a rival Bolzano, Lula da Silva will get 49.2 percent of the vote against the current head of state with 38.4 percent.
Voter turnout for the Labor Party rose from 42.5 percent in the previous year to 43.7 percent in October, the survey said.
The analysis firm pointed out that 2,000 people were interviewed by phone and with the help of a computer, and noted that the margin of error was two percentage points.
In a poll released by Vox Populi on November 11, former President Lula da Silva received 44 percent of the vote, while Bolsanaro received 21 percent.