The Datafolha Institute released, this Friday (1), a survey that shows voting intentions for the government of Minas Gerais. According to the survey, the current governor Romeu Zema (Novo), with 48% of the votes, can still be elected in the first round. The second place, Alexandre Kalil (PSD), former mayor of Belo Horizonte, appears with 21%.
Further away, in third, appears Senator Carlos Viana (PL), with 4% of voting intentions. Then come Vanessa Portugal (PSTU), with 3%, Renata Regina (PCB) and Miguel Côrrea (PDT), with 2% each, in addition to Marcus Pestana (PSDB), Lorene Figueiredo (PSOL) and Sairava Felipe (PSB) , all with 1%.
Also according to the survey, there are 10% who do not know who to vote for and 8% who declare a blank vote. The survey was carried out between last Wednesday (29) and Friday (1), listening to 1,024 people in 52 municipalities in Minas Gerais.
In the spontaneous poll, Zema was remembered by 22% of respondents, against 11% by Kalil. But 59% of voters said they still don’t know who to vote for.
Datafolha also asked who respondents would not vote for. Kalil pulls the rejection queue, with 27%. Then appears Zema, with 22%, followed by Carlos Viana, 21%, Miguel Correa, 19%, and Vanessa Portugal, 17%.
The institute also verified the efficiency of presidential candidates to transfer votes. Among Lula’s voters, 27% said they would vote for the candidate nominated by the PT. Only 15% of respondents who declared their vote for Bolsonaro indicated that they will vote for the name indicated by the current president.
Editing: Thalita Pires