Lula and Bolsonaro lead presidential race in Ibope poll

Marina Silva is placed third in any scenario with Lula, with between 8 percent and 11 Percent. No former president, she lead the race, tied with Bolsonaro.
30/10/2017 16h45 - Updated 31/10/2017 16h28
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The former President Lula and Congressman Jair Bolsonaro would go to the second round if the presidential election were held today, according to a survey by Ibope published in the Lauro Jardim journalist column in O Globo on Sunday.

The first research institute on elections 2018 Lula brought with minimal 35 percent and maximum 36 percent in voting intentions in all scenarios, while Bolsonaro would 15 percent if disputed against Lula.

Marina Silva is placed third in any scenario with Lula, with between 8 percent and 11 Percent.

But, without Lula, Marina lead the race, tied with Bolsonaro, that would 18 percent if the opponent was the former mayor of São Paulo, Fernando Haddad, instead of former president.

In spontaneous Research, which does not present names to the respondent, Lula came up with 26 percent of voting intentions, followed by Bolsonaro with 9 percent and Marina Silva with 2 Percent.

According to the newspaper, the Ibope poll was conducted between 18 e 22 of October, about 2 thousand people in all states of the country. The margin of error is two percentage points more or less.

The TV presenter Luciano Huck also had the name tested the Ibope research, and ranged from 5 Percent, in any dispute with Lula, a 8 Percent, in case of Haddad be the candidate PT.

The Minister of Finance, Henrique Meirelles, We had between zero and 1 Percent, depending on opponents.


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