A new PodeData poll, released this Wednesday (8), shows a picture of stability in the presidential race, with Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) maintaining the lead, with 43% of voting intentions, while President Jair Bolsonaro (PT) PL) appears with 35%.
The PT had the same percentage of the previous survey by PoderData, carried out 15 days ago. Bolsonaro was also stagnant and had no fluctuations even within the survey’s margin of error, which is two percentage points.
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The study released this Monday (8) also shows that Ciro Gomes (PDT), with 6% of total voting intentions, fluctuated a positive point. Meanwhile, federal deputy André Janones (Avante), was left with 2%, oscillating one point negatively in relation to the previous survey.
In the first PoderData poll with João Doria (PSDB) outside the dispute for Palácio do Planalto, the only representative of the so-called 3rd way became Senator Simone Tebet (MDB-MS). She had extensive media exposure in the last 15 days, but the effect was nil. Tebet had 2% in the previous study. Now, she has 1%.
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The pre-candidates José Maria Eymael (DC) and Luciano Bivar (União Brasil) also appeared with 1%. The other candidates did not have enough mentions to reach 1%. There are still 5% who say they intend to vote blank or null, and another 5% say they are undecided.
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The survey was carried out by PoderData with its own resources. Data were collected through calls to cell phones and landlines. There were 3,000 interviews in 309 municipalities in the 27 units of the Federation. The margin of error is 2 percentage points. The confidence interval is 95%. Registration with the TSE: BR-01975/2022.
Editing: Vivian Virissimo