Research says that Braga has a chance and defeat Vanessa senate is almost certain in 2018

Senator appears in the fourth position, with 24% while Braga has 38% two votes behind only Rebecca Garcia (PP), with 42%,
30/11/2017 19h19 - Updated 1/12/2017 16h56
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In the ranking of possible candidates with high chances for the Senate in elections 2018 appear the names of Rebecca Garcia (PP), with 42% Eduardo Braga (PMDB), with 38%, followed closely by Mayor Arthur Virgilio Neto, who won 37% of voting intentions. The data are from Search 365.

Neither Rebecca nor Arthur are campaigning, unlike Braga, who is working for his re-election and is who expected a better performance this time.

According to research the former superintendent of Suframa has a good recall, derived from the by-election, however, Rebecca does not possess the same structure as Braga and Arthur would have, possibly, both confirm their nominations to the Senate.

In general, the scene of the senator elections shows still undefined. There's no guarantee that Eduardo Braga was reeleja or who could fill the other vacancy. Even because, it is possible that another player emerge out of that list, and change the results.

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The other vacancy that will be up for grabs next year belongs, currently, Senator the Vanessa Grazziotin (PCdoB), which appears in the fourth position, with 24%. The Communist situation will tapering to an almost certain defeat.

According to the survey the share obtained by Vanessa is in the middle range. Just as it can not be achieved by candidates who are below their percentage, Grazziotin is also far from the top squad.

The pequisa also implies the possibility of the local PCdoB lancar Vanessa as a candidate, even in the face of a loss of perspective. All to help the national project of the state representative of the candidacy of Rio Grande do Sul, Manuela D'Avila, the presidency by the Communist Party of Brazil.


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